Any Tuning Ideas for Chris Brown’s New Rezvani Beast?

Chris Brown’s New Rezvani Beast 1 photo
Photo: Chris Brown on Instagram
Ferris Rezvani has worked on cars for Aston Martin, Ferrari, and DBC, thus it’s safe to say he will not accept a city car for a daily driver. It’s speed wrapped in adrenaline overdose with this fellow, something that should be inspired in his lightweight carbon fiber supercar. Is the car raising to the premium customer’s expectations? It did with Chris Brown, so far.
There’s a new wave in high-end industries, and it has something to do with being exclusivist. Sure, Ferrari is there with the beautiful LaFerrari hypercar, so are McLaren and Porsche with their own competitors. Sometimes, while two or three big sharks fight each other, smaller, ambitious people come up with their fair share of supercar vision. There're the UK-based, BAC sportscar makers and then, there’s this.

Rezvani Beast is so fresh they are still waiting for the ink on the 3D printed parts to dry (don’t take it literally). The company was founded last year, and the production is done in a 50,000-square-foot facility in Santa Ana, California. Two months ago, they unveiled their production version, namely the Beast.

It’s based on the other high-end sportscar dubbed Ariel Atom, as it uses its chassis with a lightweight carbon fiber body. Six-speed manual transmission with a rear-wheel layout, a removable windshield and a 1,650 lbs (748 kg) weigh complete the bigger picture. In terms of power, the force is going deep with this bad boy. There’s a Rotrex supercharged, 500-horsepower engine that purportedly propels this beast from 0 to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds.

Not much has been said of the Beast until now, but with Chris Brown becoming one of the first celebrities to buy one, we may looking at a new player in town. Our dilemma, however, does not concern the vehicle’s performances solely, but the rapper’s intentions in terms of car tuning. We all know that the Bitches N Marijuana singer has a passion for car customization. Any ideas?

Had to get something new.

A photo posted by @chrisbrownofficial on Jul 31, 2015 at 9:31am PDT

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