Here we same something very exotic that is not luxurious. It is a shame that it is really hard to find some nice photographs of this car to turn it into a feature. So this random snap has to do for now.
The TVR Cerbera Speed 12 was launched to be the quickest road going car at the time and featured a V12 7.7 liter engine. The engine was made from two speed sixes that was developed by TVR. At the time of unveiling the rumours said it had 1000bhp, but realistically it had around 800bhp. In the world there is only one road going version because TVR deemed the car not safe enough to put it into production. A nice trivia I found is that the TVR has a power-to-weight ratio nearly twice that of the Bugatti Veyron.