If building a supercar was a statistics exam, Quantum Performance Vehicles already would have aced it.

In part, that's because its GP700, which happens to be the Australian father-son outfit's first effort, looks like a laundry list of hyperbolic hypercar metrics. Even skimming past the oft-cited "speed at which downforce it can drive upside down" stat—174 mph, for those keeping score at home—it's clear the topless featherweight was born to terrorize track days.

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Tipping the scales at just 700 kilograms (1,543 pounds), the GP700 utilizes a twin-turbo, 2.7-liter Honda K series four-cylinder engine whose bespoke internals allow it to deliver a whopping 700-horsepower. 

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That ratio makes for a 0-60 mph time of just 2.6 seconds, though the aerodynamic bits, when combined with all the thrust on tap, give the GP700 performance capabilities more associated with a fighter plane or space ship than a car.

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So that's how the company relays them on their website, stating the drivers will experience "higher g force during maximum acceleration skydiving," that turning at 112 mph is approximate to a space shuttle launch, and that max deceleration hits drivers "more than the g force exerted by an aircraft landing."

Another incredible number? The price—the GP700 will start at $695,000. And while the company says any examples which come stateside will be street legal, there's no guarantee buyers here will be able to make them anything but a track toy. Especially when most mortals won't be able to exploit more than a fraction of its capabilities, and a close-top Radical RXC will deliver similar kicks—for a fraction of the cost.

Check out photos of the new contender in our gallery.


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