Bruno Laffite, former Operations Director for the now-defunct Zarooq Motors, has resurrected the company's street-legal offroad supercar under his eponymous brand as the X-Road. Limited to 30 units, the X-Road packs a GM LT3 V8 making 470 horsepower. Spring for the optional supercharged version and you'll have 720 horses under the hood, perfect for redistributing large amounts of desert sand via the rear wheels, backed up by either a five-speed sequential or six-speed paddle shift transmission. Laffite isn't kidding when it comes to the X-Road's offroad bonafides — 17 inches of wheel travel at every corner and a Dakar-ready Chromoly frame and suspension system mean business when the pavement disappears. The interior belies the capability, however, with an angular, high-style design wrapped in leather, carbon fiber, and aluminum. Weighing in at just under 3,000 pounds, the X-Road is a real dual-purpose supercar.