America's Falcon Motorsports has debuted its first production version of the Falcon F7 supercar at NAIAS 2012, offering an ultra-luxe alternative to the usual expensive automotive brands.
The Falcon F7 supercar boasts a 7.0 liter LS7 engine that can go from zero to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 200 mph. The body of the lavish vehicle is made of carbon fiber and the internal structure is mostly aluminum.
The Michigan-based company, which only recently began shifting its focus from specializing in body kits for the Dodge Viper to building its own car, plans to sell no more than 20 of the supercars per year, each of which are priced at $225,000.
Falcon Motorsports says the supercar will be out in late 2012, so start saving now.