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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

VLF Automotive’s 745-HP Force 1 Supercar Awakens in Detroit


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When Bob Lutz and Henrik Fisker get together, you know it’s going to be a good thing. Or maybe you don’t. Either way, the two debuted their latest creation, the VLF Force 1, at the Detroit Auto Show for all to see—and it’s a stunner.
Based on the Dodge Viper, the V10-wielding supercar pumps out 745 horsepower and manages a 0-60 mph run in just 3.0 seconds. Up a smidgen from the Viper’s standard 645 horsepower, the Force 1 promises to be even more menacing than the car on which it is based, yet more luxurious at the same time.


The interior is coated stem-to-stern in a brownish-beige leather and Alcantara mix. Look in the cupholders bottle-holders, and there’s enough room for two bottles of champagne. (Bold Ride does not condone drinking and driving. We are merely highlighting the features offered in this vehicle)
For all the power and luxury, customers will be dishing out $268,500. Not cheap, but not ridiculous considering it does reach 218 mph. Interested buyers will have to make a move quick if they want it, though.


VLF is only building between 50 and 200 versions of the Force 1, and according to them, there are already a few interested buyers. It’s plenty of car for one person, and it’s on display at the Detroit Auto Show as we speak. Go see it.