Sin Cars has introduced at 2014 Autosport International a road-legal variant of the Sin R1.

Sin Cars has introduced at 2014 Autosport International a road-legal variant of the Sin R1.

The production-ready model has gained a carbon fiber hood, front splitter, rear wing, side skirts and roof compared to previous prototypes and comes with an F1-style fuel tank. It benefits from a tubular spaceframe chassis and is equipped with 19-inch rims. Sin Cars mention its curb weight has increased by 529 lbs (240 kg) compared to the track-only version.

Motivation is provided by a General Motors-sourced 6.2-liter V8 outputting about 525 HP (386 kW) which will be enough to grant the Sin R1 with a 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) run in 2.5 seconds and a maximum speed of 200 mph (322 km/h). Output will be transferred to a specially developed six-speed manual gearbox while stopping power will come from AP Racing 362mm disc brakes.

Production will be limited in the first year and pricing will begin at 60,000 GBP.

Gallery: Sin R1 introduced at 2014 Autosport International as a road-legal car