The Inferno Hypercar is a Real Hell Spawn

It’s indestructible, and it’s unstoppable. Literally

Last year, at the Expo Bancomer technology event, Mexico, a new exotic car was unveiled, designed by Antonio Ferraioli (a man who has developed components for Lamborghini) and named 'Exotic Car'.

Unlike the first two attempts in the exotic sports car world – the Mastretta MXT and the Vuhl 05 – this is different, and by that I mean you won't forget its looks any time soon. Or ever.

If you are an exorbitantly wealthy Hot Wheels fan, then you probably must be one of the eight clients that already placed deposits for the $2.1 million Exotic Car.

The total production figure is unknown, but the 'First Edition' batch will be capped off at 11 copies.

"So what do I get for this money?" you're probably asking yourself, one brow visibly arched while inspecting its lines.

Hidden under its hood sits a twin-turbo V8 engine probided by "a very important manufacturer". We don't know the displacement, so we can't help you track down that manufacturer, but we do know it packs a total of 1,400 horsepower and 670 pound-feet of torque. That translates in 0-60 mph in 2.7 seconds and 245 mph maximum speed.

Impressive, we must reckon, but not as impressive as the weight: 2,645 pounds (1,200 kilograms). All the credit goes to its "metal foam" body.

It's a zinc-aluminium-silver alloy able to stretch up to 100 times its size in order to efficiently absorb impacts. For now, we can't fully understand how the body parts react in case of a collision, but Inferno is saying they can withstand the impact so they can be reused. With all the pun intended, Inferno is indestructible, guys.

Well, it should be, because those tiny front brakes showcased here won't stop you from burying it deep into a wall.