Rezvani Beast Alpha: new coupe 507 HP to 884 pounds of weight


Its curious doors are its most peculiar feature.

The small american manufacturer Rezvani has presented the new Beast Alpha. A coupe is added to the range of the brand, composed until now by only the Beast, an aggressive roadster with which it shares features of the new Beast Alpha, although we can not say that the new model is simply the closed version of the first.

even Though the resemblance is obvious, since both feature the same design features, it is certain that the new Beast Alpha is developed a new frame, completely different, and has new mechanics.

If the Beast was manufactured on the chassis of the Ariel Atom, the new closed coupe part of an aluminum chassis source Lotus, probably the same platform on which they are based, the Lotus Elise and Lotus Requires.


aluminium Frame source Lotus.

The mechanical remains of source Honda, although with numerous modifications at the internal level, including pistons and camshafts, and a new supercharger, Rotrex, in place of the turbocharger used by the open version.

4-cylinder and 2.4-liter displacement, now has 507 HP (500 hp) for only 884 pounds of weight. What that allows you to reach 100 km/h in just over 3 seconds, with a top speed of slightly over 280 km/h.

highlights of this new version closed their private doors opening to the side. Subject by a rocker arm bottom, these open towards the front and towards one side from an interdisciplinary perspective, that is, from the side view.


Visibly different Beast roadster.

inside we find a cockpit two-seater which is dominated by a sporty look, with lining combines leather and Alcantara. In the endowment of series, we’re going to find from the air conditioning system until a team of infotainment, connectivity systems compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The most marked difference with the previous Beast roadster, we are going to
note on the views side and rear, since the use of a new
frame modifies the proportions of the closed model with respect to the
open version. Being able to see these differences in the area of the
cabin back.