It's basically an old T-Series. Lyons R160 (1960-1971) It is a... ...1960s British sports 2+2 coupe. Based on the Jaguar E-Type, but with a Ferrari 250 GTO front and Aston Martin DB4 rear. Unibody, FMR transaxle layout, all-wheel double wishbone suspension and disc brakes. Good, but slightly oversteery handling, hampered by thin tires. Configs: Series I (1960-1964) - Equipped with a 3.5 240 HP I6, 4-spd manual, open diff, standard suspension, premium brake pads and 15x6 wire wheels with 185/85 R15 sport tires. Series II (1964-1968) - As above, but with a 4.0 250 HP I6, 5-spd manual/3-spd automatic and uprated handling parts. Series III (1968-1971) - As above, but with a 255 HP 5.0 V12, uprated handling parts, an LSD and uncovered headlights. Barn Find - Based on the above trims, but with a worn drivetrain, shot suspension, worn brakes and faded, rusted body. Race - Based on the normal trims, but with race carburettors (+25% more power), 5-spd race manual, race LSD and suspension, full race brake pads, 15x7 wire wheels with 215/75 R15 slicks, a stripped interior, a rollcage, aluminium front cowl, doors and trunklid, front and rear lips and a 60s racing paintjob. Restomod - Based on the Series I, but equipped with a rebuilt fuel-injected 345 HP 4.5 I6, a 6-spd manual, a modern LSD, modern suspension and sport pad disc brakes, 16x9/16x10 wire wheels with 235/65 R16/ 265/65 R16 modern sport tires, LED lights and a retro ICE system. Electric - As above, but with a 425 HP electric engine and a 30 kWh battery pack.