• Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
  • Photo Credit: Keran McKenzie
Hulme, New Zealand's only supercar company, has finally started accepting orders for its long-promised, much-hyped supercar. Along similar lines as the Caparo T1, the Hulme's goal is to provide an F1 car experience for the street.

To do so, the beast is loaded with a 700-horsepower, Chevrolet-derived V8 stuffed into the middle of a carbon fiber and kevlar shell. Weight is kept down to just over 2,300 pounds, which Hulme hopes will mean a 0-60 sprint of under 3.5 seconds. Denny would be proud.

The order books for the limited-production supercars are now open, but deliveries likely won't begin until the second half of 2012. Hulme is hoping to get the car classed as a limited-production vehicle in Europe, which would mean the car could be sold freely across the continent.


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