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By Matt Vella
Spanish engineering consultancy IFR Automotive is previewing its first concept car, the Aspid, a luxury sports car that should make its debut at the British International Motor Show in late July. The Aspid features a lightweight aluminum and carbon body design that allows its 400-hp engine to rocket the speedster from zero to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds. The car's styling, with flat sides and crisp angles, is a futuristic take on the classic hot rod design. Scissor doors that open vertically add to the flair. IFR hopes to begin selling a production version of the vehicle next year. Estimated price: $150,000.
The Verdict: The Aspid could put Spanish sports cars back in the running.