Who’d have thought something like this would come out of Forth Worth, Texas?

Begun as a garage build back in the mid-2000s, the folks at BXR now have enough cash to bring this bad boy to production, and the results are incredible. With curves that would make Pamela Anderson blush, the BXR Bailey Blade XTR is an American supercar designed to turn heads and blow back your hair as it whizzes past.

The Blade XTR is powered by the same engine as the Mustang, a 5.0 liter Coyote V8, but the twin turbochargers amp up the horsepower to a hefty 750 horses and 700 foot-pounds of torque. The four wheel SLA suspension, 4-wheel Brembo brakes, and electric height adjusting shocks make this car as comfortable to drive as it is powerful. Acceleration from zero to 60 is 3.2 seconds, and the designers estimate that it can go well over 200 miles per hour.

Priced at around $250,000, the Blade XTR is designed for a high-end market, and it is ready to show off. The interior features buttery leather and ultra-leather, as well as a whopping 13 inch touchscreen display to keep important functions at the driver’s wealthy, well-groomed fingertips.

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