The Rapture starts with a lightweight chassis, over which lies composite bodywork that will leave you wondering exactly how this thing is legal to drive on European roads.     

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The cabin is open, and the whole thing is so close to the ground it may as well be considered part of terra firma.

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The engine is a 2.3-liter turbocharged I4 from Ford, presumably related to the EcoBoost engine of the same displacement in the Ford Focus RS.     

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Radical slapped a new turbo and intake system on it, along with some other reworking, pegging the output at 350 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque.    

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That might not seem like all that much, but considering how lightweight the Rapture is, the car should scoot.    

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While Radical didn't say how much the Rapture costs, it did say the order books are already open, and the company has received orders from France and Germany.     

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