And it has a 1:1 power to weight ratio.

Sometimes settling for what you can buy stock isn’t good enough. And if you have the time, money, and mechanical talent, nearly anything is possible in order to build your ideal car. Meet Jeff David. He’s Australian and he built his very own hypercar, the Quantum GP700, in his shed. He also has the best wife because she agreed to support the family full-time for two years while David built his car. It was more than a full-time job. It was an obsession, an up at 5:30 am till 7 pm work day, seven days a week. David claims he put in around 1,800 working hours.

Beginning with a stock Ariel Atom, David completely dismantled it and started from scratch. Every body panel was replaced with new ones made from his own carbon fiber-Kevlar creation. The suspension alone has been a 30-year long project in the making. The front wing is hand fabricated with a design based on a Formula 3 wing.