It can sprint to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds.
This version known as the FK8 was revealed with it’s radical styling last year at the Geneva Motor Show.
Amazingly, the builders were able to keep the original F22 engine.
“If the sales people investigate, look at it and they are really enthusiastic, maybe we look at it.”
Lowered suspension and some some deep-dish Forgiato wheels complete the transformation.
The entire body is made from exposed carbon fibre.
Along with a few other variants.
Finished in Aegean Blue Metallic paint and sports all the bells and whistles the new Type R has to offer.
This means it is a healthy 3.4 seconds faster than the Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport S.