Boutique automaker and race car builder Montecarlo Automobile has unveiled its new Rascasse supercar, named after one of turns on the street circuit used for its namesake city's annual Formula 1 Grand Prix, Autocar reports.
The low-slung, removable roof coupe is powered by a modified 5.4-liter Rolls Royce V12 good for 500 hp, that can run on either gasoline or propane enriched with hydrogen for improved performance and lower emissions.
It's wood-trimmed interior is styled after the classic boats that ply Monaco's harbor, and the car has a price tag on par with many of those: $650,000. Only 15 will be built, but don't worry if you miss out on that batch, a more powerful, all-wheel-drive, supercharged hybrid version is reportedly in the works.
Racy and rare.