It is reported that GM’s Australian subsidiary is going to start producing a road-legal version of its Holden Efijy concept car. Since building the car from scratch requires too many time-consuming safety testing and certification procedures, the car is going to share its platform with an existing sports car, which is currently produced by GM. I am pretty sure that you have already guessed, which one it is going to be.
Of course, being a niche model, the super-car’s production will be limited to an extremely small lot of ultra-luxury vehicles.
Staying in the same league with Bugatti Veyron and Lamborghini Reventon (at least, in terms of exclusivity,) the Holden Efijy will probably sell at an enormous price of about 1.2 million of Australian dollars.
That is exactly the same amount of money that it took to build the first (and still the only) version of the concept car.
Based on the Chevy Corvette Z06 sports car, the vehicle will possibly be powered by a huge LS7 7.0-liter V8 engine, which is capable of delivering up to 512hp.
There is good chance that such an overpowered vehicle will be able to provide 0-60mph acceleration time below five seconds or may be even better.