Canada is home to production of some devilishly fast cars—notably the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and Ford GT—but a homegrown supercar may see the light of day next year. It's called the Tomahawk by Dubuc Motors. Based in Québec. Dubuc first announced its intentions to build the supercar in 2014, but mum has been the word since. The company is now saying it may be ready to finally produce the car next year. The Tomahawk holds some pretty spectacular statistics. Total power output is said to be 800 horsepower with 1,000 pound-feet of torque on tap. Said power comes from...
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