I’ve been trying to think of a way that explains even adequately what we have here. I could tell you it’s called the Rodin FZED, I might mention that it is a highly developed version of the failed Lotus T125 project. I could even tell you it’s the closest thing to a reasonably modern Formula 1 car most merely wealthy rather than impossibly rich people might imagine being able to buy and run.
Born from a Lotus project, Rodin’s FZED has been re-engineered for driveability and even greater performance
But that doesn’t really do it. So let me put it another way. Let us imagine you’re a decent driver, with some talent and experience driving quite fast racing cars, be they historics, or modern GTs. I reckon if you were just planted in this car and sent out on a private track, at best you’d learn nothing other than experiencing a new world record from going from zero to absolutely bloody terrified. At worst, well, let’s not even think about that.