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HTT Plèthore
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aka "Quebec Bomb"
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The HTT Plèthore (formerly Locus Plèthore), dubbed the "Quebec Bomb", developed by HTT Locus Technologies in Quebec, led by Luc Chartrand, debut at the 2007 Montreal Auto Show as a preproduction foam prototype. Chartrad and HHT Locus technologies has been developing collapsable steering wheel for Champ car and mastering composite chassis reconstruction for Ferraris and Lamborghinis. This is the first Canadian supercar since the Bricklin SV1 of the 1970s. Beside it, a GM Performance 8.2L small block rated at 550 - 1000 hp (claimed by HHT Locus website) was displayed with a potential of up to 1300 hp. The chassis and body is made entirely out of carbon fiber with no engine subframe hence the chassis is exceptionally rigid. The car will weigh approximately 2500 lb; if mated to the 1300 hp engine, the vehicle will have the power to weight ratio of a Formula 1 race car. Two prototypes were constructed, the second suggests a center seating position featured only in the McLaren F1 and 1966 Ferrari 365 P prototype. The styling is a combination of many existing vehicle: the front of a Ascari KZ1, (enlarged) side scoops of a Lamborghini Gallardo, Ford Thunderbird's tailights positioned in a Ferrari Enzo fashion all put together in a Ferrari F430 style. HHT locus Technologies will hand make only 400 Plethore a year at a small factory at the St.Eustache Raceway near Montreal. At the Montreal International Auto Show, Luc Chartrand claims that 3 Plethores have already been ordered. Price of a Plethore will set you back for about $330 000 CDN.

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