The 2012 Mosler RaptorGTR is one serious supercar. It boasts 838 horsepower and weighs just 2,580 pounds. How does an exotic racer manage to weigh so little when it's packing a twin-turbo, 7.0-liter engine? Extensive use of carbon fiber is the key, and the payoff is a 0-60 time of only 2.6 seconds. If that's not quick enough for you, for another $70,000, the RaptorGTR can be upgraded to produce a neck-snapping 1,212 horsepower.

Those are some serious stats, but it gets bizarre from here. The RaptorGTR is featured in a new music video with an artist called Abby Cubey, and we're pretty sure it was shot in an alternative universe. It starts off with some very much appreciated beauty shots and a terrific exhaust soundtrack, then Abby starts singing about various automobile/sexual double-entendres – while people breakdance and sing in front of a wall of fire. Then it gets weird. No, this isn't Jersey Shore, but now we think we know what The Situation will be driving next. Hit the jump to check out the head-scratching video.

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