Rezvani says Beast Alpha can sprint to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds image

Rezvani Motors has been painstakingly teasing the Beast Alpha ahead of its introduction on November 16 in Los Angeles, California.

The latest details include the weight addition compared to the hardcore Beast – the Alpha will put on some hefty 300 pounds (136 kg), but still has what it takes to be called a proper supercar. This is because according to the additional details accompanying the latest teaser image, the Beast Alpha will resolve the 60 mph (96 km/h) sprint in a mere 3.2 seconds. The hardcore Beats will tip the scales t 1,650 pounds (748 kg) – and the Beast Alpha will be weighted at 1,950 pounds (885 kilogram). They both share a mid-mounted Honda-sourced 2.4-liter supercharged four-cylinder with 500 horsepower (373 kilowatts) – and Alpha buyers will get to choose the transmission, either a six-speed manual or automatic with paddle shifters.

The brand’s latest teaser image shows us a glimpse of the Alpha’s angular rear – adorned with thin taillights with L-shaped LEDs. We also noticed very large vents behind the wheels, as well as a large diffuser and central exhaust embedded in the bumper. One thing that might separate the Beast Alpha from other exotic supercars are the Sidewinder doors that slide forward instead of using conventional hinges.