Car enthusiasts will surely want to take a look at the newest supercar on the scene - the HTT Plethore LC 750. It is made by Canada-based HTT Technologies and is the result of six years of development headed by company principle Luc Chartrand.
It will make its world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show but for now, let's view the images by Stephan Bauer, revealed from a VIP preview of the car before flying it to Germany.
If you recall, a previous version had been shown at the 2007 Montreal Auto Show, back when it had the Locus Plethore nameplate.
This production Plethore features a McLaren F1 style center driving position and a very wide wheelbase even in supercar standards. The chassis and body are made of carbon fiber, while the suspension is electronically adjustable.
HTT claims that the central driving position allows for a better feel of the car and increased "stability and driveability".
Moreover, this allows for optional two seats to be fitted in the front, making it the world's first three-passenger supercar. Its visual trademark is the bat-like scissor doors that open at a wider than 90-degree angle.
Just by looking at the car, you'd know that it has impressive aerodynamic parts, integrating a racy front lip and a large rear diffuser, both with the role of increasing the down force. Powering the car is a 6.2-liter V8 developed in-house by HTT, with a 750 hp output.
The Plethore LC 750 weighs 2535 lbs (1150 kgs). If you're interested, HTT has started taking orders for the supercar. More than 10 cars have been pre-sold by now. The price for the supercar is around $365,000 (or $395,000 CDN).