VLF recently used a Dodge Viper as a base to construct one of its most daring projects yet — the stunning Force 1 supercar, which the company debuted at the Detroit Auto Show. VLF says the concept behind the car was to craft a vehicle that could pass with flying colors on the race track while also providing comfort and amenities for everyday life. The luxurious high-performance car is reportedly going into production in late April, for those who want to try out the spectacularly-enhanced Force 1 in person.
Though Viper-based, the Force 1 features an entirely all-new body composed entirely of carbon fiber, with an interior redesigned with luxuries such as quilted leather, a wine holder, satellite navigation, and a wi-fi hotspot. The Viper 8.4-liter V10 has been tuned to crank out an output of 745 hp and 638 lb-ft of torque, in contrast to the Viper’s 645 hp. The show car at the Detroit event used Pirelli P Zero tires on the Force 1’s 21-inch wheels.
The Force 1 supercar boasts the capability of going from 0 to 60 in just 3 seconds, in addition to having a top speed of 218 mph. Only 50 units will be produced at VLF’s plant in Michigan, and the cost reflects the quality and limited numbers of the model, with a sticker price of $268,500.