The ancient state-city of Sparta is know today for one thing in particular. It produced one of the most elite soldiers of the time. And it did so by staying true and focused on training.
Taking after their model and borrowing the name, the Spartan track car is purpose built for racing down the track and nothing else.
The carbon fiber body panels and tubular spaceframe chassis help in keeping the weight down to 500 kg. Powering the Spartan is a 2.0 liter four cylinder Honda Integra Type-R-sourced engine. Depending on your choice, this engine can develop either 250 Hp or, with an additional supercharger, 400 Hp.
The top speed is said to be 240 km/h and considering the low weight of the car, the top engine will make for quite a high power to weight ratio. The Spartan track car comes equipped with carbon fiber racing seats, a Sparco steering wheel with a quick-release hub, CAD suspension and Yokohama R-spec tires.
The vehicle is almost production ready and should you desire to own a Spartan track car, you should be prepared to part with 79.000 AUD or 82.240 USD.