Brazil really does have quite a bit going for it. Aside from being the largest nation in South America and having some of the most beautiful people on the planet, the country is slowly beginning to test the supercar waters. Need proof? Look no further than the Amoritz GT DR7.
We'll have to forgive the GT DR7 for looking suspiciously like a very cab-forward Gallardo just because of what's lurking in the engine bay. Armoritz has chosen to shoe-horn an ethanol-guzzling 8.4-liter V10 borrowed from none other than the Dodge Viper amidships. The company says it's expecting north of 600 horsepower to come galloping forth from the ten-pot and we see no reason to disagree.
The Armoritz GT DR7 is slated for an official unveil this October, at which point we're sure the company will be happy to supply you with a set of keys for the right amount of coin. How much? It's anyone's guess at this point, but considering the cost of most mid-engine V10 terrors on the road these days, it won't be cheap.
[Source: Car Place via Motor Authority]