The build has an incredibly long list of modifications. It has CP Carrillo pistons, Brian Cower connecting rods, and a Garrett Gt42gtx dual ball bearing turbo to start. It’s also equipped with an AEM ECU, HKS twin-disc clutch, a Supra Getrag six-speed manual transmission, a 250 shot of NOS, front and rear coilover suspension, a custom driveshaft, a brake conversion, a new differential.
The interior was also redone and is now MOMO everything, complete with Alcantara headliner. The wheels are, of course, ADV5, a ZG fender kit was added, a new carbon fiber front dam was added, and it has a Fairlady carbon fiber rear spoiler. There’s plenty more, but it’s too much to keep listing.
All of this works together to create some beastly specifications. ADV.1 is claiming more than 1,000 horsepower and an 8.9 quarter-mile run. For street use, the car is detuned to 800 horses.
Despite already having a gorgeous blue paint job, this isn’t the final look for the car.
Swerdloff had Matthew Law render what the product (below) will ultimately look like. The car is set to debut April 26 at the Festivals of Speed event at downtown Miami’s Museum Park. If you’re in the area, this alone would be worth the trip.