Radical RXC review by XCAR - world's most extreme street legal coupe [video]

Radical Sports Cars has been building extreme open top cars since 1997. They have delivered over 1700 cars to customers around the world and recently unveiled their first-ever hard-top race car, the RXC.

The RXC uses an in-house-optimised Ford Duratec 3.7 litre V6 engine with 380bhp. The same engine is also found in the Ford Mustang.

380bhp does not sound like a whole lot, but considering the RXC weighs just 900kg it can hit 0-60mph in just 2.8 seconds. And that is a supercar territory here!

XCAR recently had the opportunity to visit Radical’s factory where they took a closer look at the factory and then the hot RXC. Enjoy the video below!


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