Even though it’s not in production, the IsoRivolta supposedly weighs just 1,129 kg (2,489 lbs), which coupled with its 997 HP Corvette Callaway twin-turbo 6.2-liter V8, would lead to a zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration time of just 2.7 seconds, and a max speed of 365 km/h (227 mph).
Visually, in case you find it somewhat odd-looking, that’s because this concept is meant to “contradict the sense of oneness that has evoloved over the past hundred years of automotive design,” stated Zagato VP of design, Norihiko Harada.
From certain angles, it almost looks as though the fenders and the canopy were added separately to the rest of the body, although in the end, there’s no denying the fact that it looks aggressive, which in turn helps it blend in with other supercars, real or not.
During its presentation in Tokyo, we also learned that Zagato was considering putting together a limited production run of about three to five units, and that they’ve even opened up a shortlist for interested buyers.
If the IsoRivolta does morph into a real-life automobile, it would probably challenge the McLaren Senna for quirkiest-looking supercar.