As awkward as it might be to put Canada and supercar in the same sentence, this GM-powered angry-looking beast is a monster to behold. The matte exterior is doing all sorts of things including conjuring up Batman images.
Several weeks ago, the CB7 made an appearance at the 2014 Montreal International Auto Show, the Felino CB7 is the latest supercar to come out of Canada. Spearheaded by Canadian racing driver Antoine Bessette, this street-legal, “built for the track” automobile is a culmination of four long years of research and development. Built with a GM-sourced V8 6.2-liter engine, this curvy hunk of carbon fiber delivers 525 bhp and 489 lb-ft with rear-wheel drive and either a 6-speed manual or sequential transmission. Additional specs include gullwing doors, 18-inch allow wheels, steel or optional ceramic brake discs, and an independent suspension.
Price is TBD, but it’s estimated to travel 0-62 mph in just 3.5 seconds. Expect a starting price for the Felino CB7 to hover around $100,000 USD. Enjoy and hold on, eh!