The beast is in the den.
Nowadays the Bugatti Veyron is claimed as the most exaggerated car in the world. But to achieve such a project and create a “perfect” supercar Ferdinand Piech deliberated 16 cylinders and 4 turbos and spent million euros as investment. Now let’s take a look on what a small British factory did: 90° deg V12, 7,731 cc, about 900 hp, 975 kilos, 240 mph (claimed). The TVR Speed12 is surely one of the most colossal automotive projects of the world (OK: we could mention the 1932 Maserati V4 or the 1990 Dauer-Racing 962). And if we’re speculating on this kind of vehicles surely this car makes more sense than a Koenigsegg CCX, a Ferrari Enzo, a Porsche Carrera GT, an Aston Martin One-77, a SSC Aero (the Maserati MC12 is safe!) because it’s a pure racecar.