Zarooq SandRacer 500 GT

Today's supercars are a far cry from the temperamental, overheating, cramped, barely-streetable cars of the past. Some of them even have cupholders. But none of them would even think about putting one Z-rated tire on any surface that isn't pavement. The Zarooq SandRacer 500GT isn't one of these cars — if you can call it a car. The SandRacer aims to provide performance both on and off-road, with the driver being able to engage a "sand" mode that lifts the body, providing a healthy dose of ground clearance for getting over those pesky dunes. 525 horsepower is on tap from a 6.2 liter V8, and the lightweight chassis and roll cage designed by Campos Racing keep the knobby tires on the ground. Only 35 are being produced.

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