Inspired by classic muscle-cars and GTs of the past like the Corvette Stingray, Gillet Vertigo and Shelby Daytona, independent designer Idries Noah created the Fireblade Concept. Idries penned the vehicle to accommodate a 6.1-liter Supercharged V8 engine (apparently from the Corvette ZR1) that powers the rear wheels. Notably, just like the Corvette ZR1, the Fireblade Concept features a glass window panel on the bonnet, allowing us to see the V8 unit. Tell us what you think about this design proposition by leaving us a comment below. –More pics after the jump
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