Rezvani Beast: America’s Next Supercar

In a world where speed matters the most, a lot of concept vehicles that were launched to be “supercars” either did not make it to the production line or did not live up to the hype or even their name. We’ve seen numerous renderings and models of supposedly superfast cars, but most of them seemed to have gotten lost on their way out of the motors they were first introduced. But the new Rezvani Beast is clearly an exception. One year after its debut, a better, more powerful version of the low-slung carbon-fiber machine is now almost ready for sale.


Rezvani Motors is one of the not-so-popular carmakers that people to scoff at for claiming to have designed and creates the greatest supercar the auto world has ever known. But when the California-based automaker made his claim last year, people can now believe that there exist such a car. With a horsepower of 2,000, people will be bowing to this brand for finally creating a “beast” of a car.

A production of the Beast has been recently revealed and is now even on sale. A report says there have already been a couple of Beasts being sold.


The new Rezvani Beast is based on the lightweight, track-focused Ariel Atom. But with its proper windshield, useful fenders and wilder angles, this new supercar is definitely looking to be better than the Atom. Designer Ferris Rezvani took the Atom’s small chassis and morphed it into a better place to make it run nicely outside the racetrack. And despite its curb weight of 1,650 lbs., it still feels incredibly agile.


Inside the Rezvani Best are carbon fiber steering wheel and fitted seats as well as a digital instrument cluster. What’s more, it is compatible with the Apple CarPlay. But what makes this car live up to its name is its 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine that’s powered by a turbocharger and supercharger. And a mind-boggling 0 to 60mph time of 2.7 seconds, making faster than any Porsche 911. It can also reach a top speed of 165mph. additionally, the rear wheels are spun by the four-banger through a six-speed transmission. You can however order a shift paddle-controlled six-speed sequential gearbox for an extra cost.

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