The CERV-III was a derivative of the Chevrolet Corvette Indy, and it sure looked the part. It basically was a roadworthy Corvette Indy. Unlike the Corvette Indy however, the CERV-III had a passenger seat and a more public-roads-friendly mid and transversely mounted 5.7-liter 32-valve dual-overhead cam LT5 V-8, producing 650 horsepower. The car was built by Lotus in England generously using carbon fiber throughout its body which was slightly modified to insure its roadworthiness. It’s height was increased, its nose shortened and it was given functioning side windows. 1996 saw the arrival of a CERV-IV, but its was a front engined car and thus not a subject of this slideshow.