And if you're thinking this is just a stripped down one trick pony, it isn't. The car has a full interior, sound system, the works...not to mention a two year, 24,000-mile warranty and driver training so you don't kill yourself pulling out of the dealership.
BaddGT is producing them now—all you've gotta do is give 'em a call, throw down some cash, and they'll put one together for you.
The goal for 2015 is to prove the car's capacity above 300 mph. Think about that for a second. Technically, if you really wanted to, you could eat up your entire warranty in just four days.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor, and can be found on Twitter. He's never driven at 300 mph, or 200 mph. He hopes to change one of those in 2015.