Meet the Beast Speedster, a less powerful but still exciting road-legal sports car that comes at a more affordable price. Beast, the Speedster offers enticing performance that enables it to outgun sports car coming from more established carmakers.
As with the Beast, the Speedster’s secret lies in its low, 1,650-pound curb weight, carbon-fiber construction, and extreme aerodynamics, which allow it to deliver outstanding performance.
• The Beast Speedster got aggressive styling, including the massive three-piece splitter and slender headlamps under the sloped nose, flared wheel arches, and the large air outlets on the front hood, which allows high-pressure air to flow from under the hood to reduce lift.
• From the side, you’ll probably recognize the race-inspired, muscular silhouette of the Beast, but also stumble across the only feature that sets the Speedster apart from its more powerful sibling. That would be the subtle "Speedster" badge on the front fender.
• The same goes for the rear end, thanks to its slim taillights, massive diffuser, sculpted bumper, and exhaust pipes integrated into the engine hood.
• The carbon-fiber seats have leather surfaces, and the steering wheel and gear shifter feature red contrast stitching. The dashboard is also wrapped in black leather and red stitching, as are the door panels.