Human-led design is a thing of the past. This is what happens when you fire your R&D department and leave a supercomputer alone with a textbook on computational fluid dynamics and some provocative anime. End result: to drive a Taipan is to put yourself at the mercy of a ruthless, inhuman dedication to pure speed and improbable curves. Be afraid.
Costs just short of $2 million.
Visually this thing is everything the FMJ should have been, but isn't.
Performancewise... very good top speed, absolutely disgusting downforce modifier of 1.2, traction is below average as well... so this one isn't really made for the track. It's extremely slow. Don't buy it if you want a race car.