It’s called the Aspid GT-21 Invictus, and it’s Spanish company IFR Automotive’s take on what a GT 2+2 should be like. There’s certainly nothing subtle at all about the looks of the rear-wheel drive offering.

The production version of the Invictus definitely has the beef to back up its menacing looks. It’s powered by a BMW-derived 4.4 litre V8, with 450 hp at 8,300 rpm and 440 Nm at 3,900 rpm for output numbers, with a choice of either a seven-speed dual-clutch or six-speed manual transmission.

Weighing in at just 990 kg, the car gets to 100 km/h from standstill in under three seconds and has a top speed of 305 km/h. Much of the lightness has been achieved courtesy of IFR’s Alexcom frame and composite body panels. In terms of safety, the car is equipped with an integrated rollcage, and the driver gets an airbag (not so good if you’re a passenger, yes).

There’s also ESP and ABS, and the Invictus, of which only 250 examples will be built annually, sits on 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels.