After debuting in production guise just a couple of months ago, a bright red Rezvani Beast recently made an appearance at Manny Khoshbin’s charity event to raise money for Water.org.
This is the first time we’ve seen a Rezvani Beast painted in any colour other than silver and it could in fact be just the second production example produced after Chris Brown’s. While the shade of red isn’t particularly noteworthy, it does add an extra sense of flair to the American sports car. The red is then nicely contrasted with a matte black front splitter, a set of twisting silver wheels, black rear diffuser and black wing mirrors.
Due to the Beast’s underpinnings, it is essentially an Ariel Atom with a bold new body. As such, it utilises the Atom’s available 2.4-litre Honda Civic sourced four-cylinder engine force fed with both a supercharger and turbocharger. As a result, the Rezvani Beast pumps out a total of 500 hp. All of that power is sent to the rear wheels via a traditional manual transmission believed to feature six-speeds.
As the Rezvani Beast features a host of additional body panels compared to the Ariel Atom, it is slightly heavier than its donor car. It tips the scales at 748 kg which is 136 kg more than the Atom. Despite the added weight, the Beast will still accelerate to 100 km/h in a very impressive 2.7 seconds as well as a 266 km/h top speed.