The company extracts a healthy 376 horsepower from the base eight-pot, and that's supposedly good enough to propel the SL-C to a top speed of 222 mph. Something tells us the common man is a little more likely to see the 3.6-second 0-60 time, though. And given the SL-C Superlite Coupe's curb weight of 2,375 pounds, those numbers are more than realistic. As you might have guessed, buyers packing fatter billfolds can opt for a 505-hp LS7 or an 800-pony supercharged LS9. You can check out the sordid details at the Rapier site.
Suddenly, we've got a new reason to visit Boston.