Ever wanted to drive at supercar speeds with three of your friends on board and the wind in your hair? Probably not, but if you ever did then this may just be the car for you.
The Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS is a luxurious convertible that’s been in development in the Netherlands for the good part of the last decade. It is described by its makers as the world’s first four-seater convertible supercar and its most recent public debut was at the 2009 Top Marques Monaco.
Power for the Roadyacht GTS comes from a 7.0-liter LS7 V-8 engine tuned to produce 601 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque. Most readers will recognize this engine as the powerplant found in the Chevrolet Corvette Z06.
The similarities between the Roadyacht GTS and Corvette don’t just end there, however. The Roadyacht GTS is actually based on a stretched Corvette platform with a chrome molybdenum frame and carbon fiber body. Unique elements include height-adjustable Koni dampers, air suspension and eight-piston brake calipers.
No word yet on when Savage Rivale will finally release its Roadyacht GTS for sale but this latest promo clip shows that its development is ongoing.