Starting with a Dodge Viper platform, the 2018 VLF Force 1 V10 adds plenty of carbon fiber bodywork for stylistic purposes and performance optimization. The V10 8.4-liter naturally-aspirated engine’s output was ramped up even more with the addition of a new camshaft and modified cylinder heads. The result is a 745 hp beast that delivers 638 lb-ft of torque. The VLF Force’s engine is married to a Tremec six-speed manual transmission that powers the car from 0 to 60 in 3 seconds flat. With a top speed of 218 mph, the car can sprint a quarter-mile in 10.97 seconds.
These enhancements captured the vision of legendary automotive designer Henrik Fisker, whose fingerprints are all over its aggressive yet sporty design. Fisker consulted with racecar driver and Viper devotee Ben Keating to make sure his take on the sportscar drew upon the model’s rich heritage. One of only five that were ever produced, with this model totaling just 1,078 total miles on its odometer. Inside, it boasts a red and black custom-designed leather interior with Alcantara accents, quilted leather seats, familiar gears, and a modified steering wheel that perfectly contrast its pewter exterior.