Drawing inspiration from the Ford Mustang Fastback and the Dodge Challenger, and powered by a thoroughly modern and highly supercharged 6.2 liter V8, it is easy to see why the Equus Bass 770 has become so popular. The retro styling of the boutique modern muscle car clearly shows the inspiration and influence of the Fastback and the Challenger, and the power and speed behind it make it worth the popularity. Boasting 640 horsepower, the different parts of the Bass 770 all come together to give the Bass 770 a 0-60 mile per hour time of 3.4 seconds, a time not to be scoffed at. It’s also set apart by it’s a top speed, an easy to boast about 200 mph. Equus developed the car for six years, building an aluminum chassis for the Bass 770, and building its body out of aluminum lined with carbon fiber. The materials are strong and lightweight in order to keep body flux to a minimum, and the weight down. The Bass 770 is also full of safety features, such as airbags, which isn’t usually seen in muscle cars. It also includes interior comforts such as leather, air conditioning, GPS, and a radio with CD and DVD capability, as well as cruise control and a USB port. All in all, it’s a muscle car with a lot of speed, and a lot of comfort.