There are no production plans for the GP3.10 as it was only created to demonstrate the capabilities of AC's engineers. If you missed our previous story, the car is packing a 552hp (406kW) version of the M5/M6 V10 engine capable of running on either petrol or LPG. Performance is understandably brilliant, with 62mph (100km/h) passing in just 4.5 seconds and 124mph (200km/h) taking 13.9 seconds.
This isn't the first record AC Schnitzer has under its belt. Last year, it broke another world record in Nardo with the M6-based Tension, the fastest road-going BMW in the world. Its top speed was recorded at 206mph ( 331.5km/h).