The 2011 Reynard Inverter: Enliven you commute. With shocking performance, stunning style, superb fuel mileage and an attractive price tag, the all-new Inverter ultra-subcompact is the best way perk up the daily grind. Wind-tunnel tested, the 970-pound Inverter produces up to 2,600 pounds of downforce and can sustain a steady 3 G cornering force. And it’s safe! The Inverter features five-point safety harnesses and a sturdy steel roll-over bar. Standard amenities include eco-frendly air conditioning, steering-wheel-mounted controls, and easy-to-read gauges. The Inverter is equipped with a frugal 1,000-cc Honda Fireblade engine, but can be upgraded to the more powerful 1,340-cc Suzuki Hayabusa engine. The Inverter will go on sale for $56,000 USD (including Britain’s Value Added Tax) later this month.
The track-day monster will be unleashed on Britain’s roads thanks to the IVA, a set of rules that allow home-built and low-volume production vehicles to be registered if they have the basics like wheels and lights.