The HTT Plethore LC-750 is the latest supercar coming from an unknown start-up designer. And it’s not from US, Italy, Germany or Russia. This one is from our hockey-stick-toting neighbors. Yes, it’s Canadian supercar. Crafted for both street and racing purposes, the Plethore combines a lightweight carbon fiber body (just over 2,500 pounds) with the LS9 engine from the Corvette ZR1 tuned to 750 hp. It’s matched with a 6 speed manual transmission. Planned turbo version will put out a whopping 1300 horses.
On the cusher side, the Plethore offers hydraulic swing-up doors that open at the push of a button. No hard performance data yet, but the price is expected to be somewhere in the $600K slot for the standard and around $1M for the 1,300 hp version. Production is supposed to begin later this year. And one more thing, the car’s designer also mentions that building a helicopter is next on his list. So, wait for the canadian superhelicopter. [via AutoBlog]