Rezvani Alpha X Blackbird Is A 700-hp Supercar

Rezvani Alpha X Blackbird Is A 700-hp Supercar
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The Rezvani Beast Alpha X Blackbird is a 700 hp supercar built on the Lotus Elise chassis and comes as the more powerful brother of the Rezvani Beast Alpha.

The Rezvani Beast Alpha is powered by a 1.8-Liter supercharged four-cylinder engine that packs 400 hp and can reach to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. The car weighs 2,000 pounds and it is incredibly agile on the road. The astonishing element that made this supercar be unique is the way the doors open. Instead of using the classical sportscars opening up system or the regular opening out system, Rezvani chose to bring a forward-sliding opening system similar to that used by minivans on which the doors are opened by sliding backward. The Rezvani Beast Alpha costs $129,000.

However, the new Rezvani Beast Alpha X Blackbird is not much different in terms of design but under the hood is presenting important upgrades. The most important one is that the Blackbird is powered by a 2.5-Liter turbocharged four-cylinder that packs 700 hp. Weighing just 150 pounds more than its “little brother”, the 2,150 pounds Beast Alpha X is made of carbon fiber which will preserve the supercar’s agility on the road. Having these upgrades, the new supercar hits 60 mph in only 2.9 seconds. The Beast Alpha X Blackbird will only come in black, as the name says, and will cost $229,000.

The standard Alpha X edition will come with a six-speed manual transmission, while for only $15,000 in plus you can opt for the Alpha X six-speed automatic transmission version.

Moreover, the buyers can choose between two types of steering wheels, three different leather types, and seat types. For yet another $2,500 buyers will get a high-end audio system and a navigator with Apple’s CarPlay integration.

Definitely, the Rezvani Alpha X Blackbird is a must-have for supercars passionates as none of its competitors is packed with 700 hp. Plus, the forward-sliding doors opening system is unique and really cool.


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