But computers alone won't keep you glued to the seemingly impossibly narrow road, so Mitsubishi's aerodynamics spent countless hours with the car in a wind tunnel to figure out how to make it stick as well as possible. The result? A large piece of carbon just in front of the driver, and of course, the huge wing in back.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He's convinced that once people realize that loving an engine's noise is a conditioned response, they'll embrace electric racing.