Laraki Motors unveiled its spectacular Epitome concept at Pebble Beach last weekend, a supercar which will enter limited production phase.

Laraki Motors unveiled its spectacular Epitome concept at Pebble Beach last weekend, a supercar which will enter limited production phase.

The car is using the chassis of a Chevrolet Corvette C6 but has received carbon fiber body panels which have lowered curb weight to approximately 2,800 lbs (1,270 kg). Powering the Epitome concept is a Chevy V8 7.0-liter engine with new internals and two turbochargers, enough for an impressive output of 1,200 bhp (894 kW) on pump gas.

Aside from the regular gas tank, there's another one which can accommodate 110-octane fuel and by pressing a button the car will automatically remap the ECU and will be able to run on both types of fuel. In this case, the output rises to a mind-blowing 1,750 bhp (1,305 kW) which honestly is quite hard to believe especially when coming from an unknown manufacturer.

If you're interested, Laraki Motors plans on making nine units of the Epitome, with each carrying a starting price of 2M USD.

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