Meatball is right, that thing is insane, in terms of specs. With all-natural corn juice, it makes upwards of 1160PS/851kW (that's 1141bhp for us yobs) and 885lbs of torque. That's mental. I have tuned cars with higher raw numbers, but not at this weight (it's 500lbs lighter than the GT and the better side of half a ton lighter than the Aventador), and certainly not with bloody a factory warranty.
The acceleration has to be Biblical.
Speaking of Godly acceleration. I'm going to reveal monster B4B info, for those petrolheads who want something scary fast for comparatively small scratch. I finally got around to doing some mischief in the Cobra replica and it's insanely fun. That's a good P>W ratio too, though not to the level of the Koenig, and it's really awesome the way it puts the power down. I don't know WTF I was thinking when I talked about adding forced induction on that car, I must have been having an MS episode.
As it is, TC on that car was a really good idea, what's even better is that it's adjustable. Set it on, but with the most amount of slip, and it's properly nuts w/o being bat-**** crazy. You can grip well off the line, provided you aren't just dumping the clutch, and into 2nd and 3rd it'll give a good bark at full gas w/o breaking loose, in a straight line. Not that you can't do that w/o TC, but it does take out a little guesswork. For purists (that's me) it's good that it can be shut off, but I want it on by default, just in case someone else is driving it. The best part, by far, however, is that I can make it go bonkers w/ oversteer any time, practically anywhere, but it feels fairly neutral unless I'm trying to break out, and that's because of the suspension. While the new dampers are a little fiddly, once you get them tuned-in they really prove their worth. Those, with the new coils and AR bars, are an investment in corner surgery, it's all freakishly precise for "stone knife and bear skin" technology. The one thing I'm not crazy about is the shifter, there's a little too much slop and the throws are a bit too long, we have a Hurst that will take care of that. Nothing fancy just a retail Comp/Pro "shorty", but I love the way it feels.