The Palatov D4 is a beastly little machine, purpose built for carving apexes, laying down thick slabs of lap time, covered in a rich gravy of speed. But that’s before it gets a George Dean Race Engines turbo Hayabusa power plant.

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One lucky D4 owner will get exactly that, however, with a planned 350 horsepower on race fuel—and that’s in a 900-pound, all-wheel-drive car, with the screaming Hayabusa engine riding next to the driver.

Nuts? Yes. Awesome? Indubitably.

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