Street ready with DOT tires, mufflers, and headlights, this sleek little lady features creature comforts such as a stereo and power windows, but she’s oh so much more.
The original ’84 Hurst/Olds body—the designer’s first car—was used as a mule. Cutting the body into pieces, parts were mutilated, massaged, and re purposed for a whole new design that is friendly for doing 300 mph and above—using everyday street fuel—making her the first flex-fuel vehicle of her kind. Really.
Covered in a carbon-fiber shell, the magic happens not only on the street but under the hood. And she’s smart, this one; capable of learning. She’s licensed in the state of Iowa as the SORSRES.