Now let’s get down to performance! The Vapour GT gets its juice from a 2.0-liter Supercharged Ford Duratec engine, and even though we’d love to tell you how much horsepower it boasts, we just don’t have that information at the moment. Still, we do know that the engine’s supercharger relies on a pair of large air intakes placed at the front of the ride and on a set of scoops placed directly above the driver’s head. The chassis for this beastly ride was borrowed from the Caterham SP 300 R, which means that its curb weight should not exceed 900kg (2000 lbs). Curious about sprinting times? Well, a 0 to 60 mph dash can be done in just 3.2 seconds, which is definitely supercar territory right there.
Now just because this car was designed to be a part of a game, this doesn’t mean that a “flesh and blood” version of it will never see the light of day. As a matter of fact, Gray Design stated that it can actually create a real-life variant of the Vapour GT as long as there is a client for it. The car would take shape in collaboration with a team of experts that previously worked on the Bugatti Veyron. No word on the price yet but you can’t possibly expect it to come cheap.