"What the world needs now," sang Jackie DeShannon in the Sixties, "is love, sweet love." We tend to agree, only by "love, sweet love," we mean supercars. Because as many as there may be out there, "it's the only thing that there's just too little of."

Fortunately there are always those looking to join their ranks, fed by a desire to create something fast and beautiful to which to affix their name. And the latest is Rezvani Motors.

The hereto unknown startup based in Irvine, CA, is working on a supercar called the Beast, which we take it will not be a contender to replace the president's current armored limousine. What it is, well... we don't know, because all there is to go on at the moment is the teaser image above. But it looks like it has F1-style inboard shocks, and that can't be a bad thing.

If the name sounds familiar, it could be because it's shared by one Ferris Rezvani. The name behind this effort previously spearheaded Bulleta Motors, an initiative to rebody the Lotus Evora of which Lotus itself was apparently unaware and, several months later, doesn't seem to have lead anywhere. Whether Rezvani's new project will go any smoother remains to be seen, but we're told it'll be "mid-2014" before the vehicle is unveiled.


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      asshole
      • 9 Months Ago
      zzzzz... more vaporware.
      Indubitably
      • 9 Months Ago
      The name reminds me of a cheap chrome wheel company. Got some 26' Rezvanis on my Cam-aro!
      BKdroid
      • 9 Months Ago
      I'd rather see a bunch of sub-$30k performance cars enter the market than more over-$300k supercars.
      Jared
      • 9 Months Ago
      Can't wait to see the full pics.
      imag
      • 9 Months Ago
      At least it's a better name than Gumpert. Or Nimrod.