It's got a carbon-fiber monocoque body, a highly tuned 500hp BMW V8 (what? no V10?) that propells it to 60mph in 3.7 seconds and on to 200mph, and comes complete with access to the company's test track — all for upward of $400,000. But is the Ascari KZ1 just another ho-hum, been-there-done-that supercar, or, with only 50 being made, an exclusive bargain at any price? AutoExpress says it's "jaw-dropping." Who are we to argue?
Ascari KZ1 Roadtest [AutoExpress]
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