Dan Michl of Michl Motorsport is the driver of this unhinged Lotus based creation. Entered on events nowadays as an Elise, it was referred in the past as an Opel Speedster and Lotus Evora too. Bottom line has to be that base chassis is from the Lotus Elise platform.
But that tells only half the story of one of the most dominating cars in Europe in the Touring Car class (most notably E2-Sh class). This #HillclimbMonster uses a V8 formed by the junction of 2 Suzuki Hayabusa engines (called Hartley V8) that in this case produces around 450Hp/10.000Rpm. Couple that with a dry weight of only 750Kg and we get an hell of a fast Climber
Lotus Elise V8 from 2 Hayabusa Engines 450Hp 10.000Rpm 750Kg Monster Video Credit: HillClimb Monsters