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UK-based tuning house, Z Cars, seems to have found a niche in curious engine swaps. We're not talking about just wedging a V8 into a Suzuki; We're talking about wedging two Suzuki motors into the space where a V8 used to be — That is, Suzuki Hayabusa superbike motors, which power what some say is the fastest off-the-shelf motorcycle ever built. Z Cars took two of those high-revving powerplants and hitched them to the chassis of an Ultima speedster. The result is a lightweight, all-wheel-drive 200mph supercar that runs like a superbike. And, as they say, all is right with the world. [Thanks to Moritz for the tip!]

Twin-Engined Ultima [Z Cars]


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