HTT Locus Pléthore LC-1300 '08 The HTT Pléthore is the first Canadian super car, developed and produced by HTT Automobile in Quebec, Canada. It debuted at the 2007 Montreal International Auto Show as a pre-production prototype under the name "Locus Pléthore", under the supervision of Luc Chartrand. It has a supercharged V8 6.2L powered 750 hp (560 kW) (torque 655 lb·ft (888 N·m) was displayed or an optional high performance home made engine of 1,300 hp (970 kW). The chassis and body is made entirely out of carbon fibre with no engine subframe hence the chassis is exceptionally rigid. The car weighs approximately 1,089 kg (2,401 lb) and, if mated to the 1,300 hp engine, will have a power-to-weight ratio equivalent to that of a Formula One race car. Two prototypes were constructed, the second suggests a centre seating position previously featured in only the McLaren F1, 1966 Ferrari 365 P prototype, and the 1969 Bizzarrini Manta Concept. HTT Automobile will custom build a limited lifetime production run of 99 Pléthores. Press release by HTT Locus: The Pléthore LC-750 offers a unique cachet and perfect visibility for the driver due to its central driving position. The interior design welcomes three persons measuring up to 6'3"/1.91 m, something unheard of in this type of vehicle. The supercharged V8 motor of 6.2 L, which generates more than 750 Hp and allows you to easily reach speeds of more than 340 km/h, is streamlined and extremely simple for ease of maintenance. This ultimate achievement in design, built entirely of carbon and equipped with a security cage made of chromoly as well as "scissor" doors that open completely, will surely find a place of honour throughout the world of "supercars". With its optional 1300 Hp motor, the Pléthore positions itself as the industry leader with its weight/power ratio (lbs/Hp) under the 2 barrier. With those characteristics under the hood, it goes without saying that the Pléthore LC-1300 aims to break the speed world record by a production car currently established at 412 km/h.