The VLF Automotive Force 1 has arrived in Detroit, introducing a Viper engine-powered, carbon-fiber supercar spilling over with aggression. The inspiration for the model is evident with its shape, which was co-designed by Henrik Fisker, former GM chairman Bob Lutz, and famed Viper race driver Ben Keating, who decided to keep its 8.4-liter V10 engine heart in place. Churning out 745 HP and 638 lb-ft of torque - about 100 more horses than the original - all that power hits the 21-inch wheels with a six-speed transmission quick enough to hit 60MPH in just 30 seconds before topping out at 218mph. The VLF Automotive Force 1 is scheduled to hit production this April in Detroit, offered with a $268,500 price tag for the first 50 models to be built for Ben Keating's Viper Exchange. And did you see that dual champagne bottle holder in the center console?