Lafitte Supercars recently unveiled the G-Tec X-Road, an off-road supercar with 700 horsepower.
An all-terrain, street-legal supercar, the Lafitte G-Tec X-Road, has hit the market.
Powered by a 6.2-liter LS3, the X-Road produces up to 700 horsepower, and weighing just 2,866 pounds, offers the power-to-weight ratio of a supercar (4.09 Lbs/hp) in addition to its 17 inches suspension travel, giving the car the ability to “to jump and fly like a Dakar rally prototype,” according to the company.
Based in Los Angeles, Miami and Valencia, Spain, Laffite Supercars is a company owned by Bruno and Laetitia Laffite, specializing in automotive design and in the creation of concept car and road-ready limited series.
G-TEC, directed by racing engineer Philippe Gautheron, has created and engineered the rolling chassis.
Deliveries of the vehicle will start at the end of 2020. An all-electric version of the vehicle is also available. Only 30 models will be built.