Aluminum, carbon fiber, Kevlar doesn’t sounds like a sports car yet, but adding a ‘zero to 60 in under 3 seconds’ sounds for more. Take a look at the recently announced new Seven development step, the Superlight R500. The British stable succeeded again and maintains its reputation with this unique unrivaled vehicle which claims again to be the benchmark for performance. The known tiny-windshilder is powered by a Ford 2.0 liter Duratec engine with 263 horsepowers unleashing that maniacal sprint. Th car also features a unique digital neo-classic dashboard that includes shift lights, an optional f1-like lunch control system and fine details like the MOMO steering wheel.