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The Vector WX-3 was a concept car introduced by the Vector Aeromotive Corporation in 1993. The WX-3 was shown in two forms, coupe and convertible and power was to come from a variety of V8 engine including a 7.0L 32-valve twin-turbo version producing a proported 1,000hp. No production versions were ever built and actual performance numbers were never officially proven.
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