1973 SKY Screamer
Is there such a thing as a "small" V12?
The Screamer is a lightweight British-style sporting car, with quite an agile frame. Then again, that's not really the reason people buy one of these. They buy it for the V12. We literally crammed the world's smallest V12 into this for the sole purpose of bragging about having a V12. It only makes a hundred horsepower, too, so I don't see the pizzaz.
The Screamer's handling is pretty nimble, and it has very balanced downforce distribution due to having SKY Industries' signature hood-mounted front wing in coordinance with a comically massive (but functional, we assure you) rear wing strapped onto the hatchback. We don't care that the wings are hideous; they do their job and they do it well. Just watch your head next time you wanna pop the boot and grab your bags.
At slower speeds or at higher revs, it has a tendency to oversteer, which you can make use of because it comes with a lockable differential that basically turns it into a drift missile. Please don't weld the bloody diff.
The suspension is stiff for street and track performance, and we highly suggest you don't take this thing off-road. We tried it once - on the Endurodrome, no less - and it ended up upside-down in a ditch.
SKY Screamer 1.0
A 1.5 liter V12 screaming at 12,000RPM. And I thought I'd never call a V12 "small"