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Mosler MT900 GTR XX Twin Turbo unveiled

Submitted by on May 12, 2009 – 10:31 pmNo Comment

mosler01You get fast cars, you get faster cars, and then you get this one, which I call “The Beast”. It’s a creation by John Gocha and his team at Intense Automotive Design.

What they did is take a Mosler MT900 GTR XX and basically performed a full rebuild on it cramming in a Corvette-sourced twin turbo GM LS7 engine that outputs an whopping 2,500 horses and runs on a cocktail mixture of petrol, methanol, hydrogen and ethanol.

Known as the “Land Shark”, this amazing machine only takes 2.5 seconds to get to 62mph, 6.7 seconds to 150mph and 17.5 seconds to 250 mph.

Specifically designed as the worlds fastest production vehicle, it’s scheduled to run at Bonneville speed week in 2009, for the Guinness world book of records people, and when confirmed, it’s off to Nurbugring, where Michael Schumacher (if everything goes as discussed) will push it as hard as possible.

It’s currently scheduled for several feature films, music videos, still shoots, and commercials… and many more!

Source: Worldcarfans

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