Two-seater weighs only 700 kg and is powered by a 2-litre turbocharged engine with 400 hp.

Can a car accelerate as well as a motorcycle? Some extraordinary cars, such as Ariel Atom, have already proven that it can, but why not reinforced the idea once in a while? This is what the new IFR Aspid does. And it does that pretty well.

The little car weights 700 kg, but it is powered by a 400 bhp turbocharged 2-litre engine. Going directly to the point, Aspid has been built to be quick. With a mark of 2.8 seconds to reach 100 km/h from standstill, it is very difficult to find anyone who would not say this is quick enough. Top speed has not been revealed, but we can guess it is well beyond 250 km/h.

Short and light, Aspid is nonetheless luxurious. It does not have a regular dashboard, but touch screens that allow the driver to change rev limit, valve timing, power output, steering assistance, traction and stability controls, ABS, noise valve, brake balance, ride height and damping characteristics.

No word has been said on prices, so far, but they shall not be low, considering the car’s performance and the quality it offers. More technical specs are also missing, but they shall be revealed when the Aspid goes on sale. If only we knew when that is going to be…

IFR Aspid Makes Quick Debut at BIMS: 0-100 km/h in 2.8 s!