I admit. I have never seen this car before, and Google couldn’t help me either. I have spent the last 20 minutes trying to familiarize myself with the car I’m writing on right now, but to no avail.
By definition, this car is exotic because the lack of information about it means that only a few have ever existed and its arrival was not notable.
But based on the list on NBS automotive showroom, this car is called 2000 La Forza Spyder. Its fiberglass body is entirely handcrafted on a tubular frame. Engine? It is at the back, to the supercar – a Cadillac Northstar V8 that produces 300 horsepower (224 kilowatts).
Lots of things about this La Forza Spyder are weird. It has suicide doors – it’s not a common thing you’ll see in a roadster – plus its dashboard and engine management are both from Cadillac. The radio is also placed on the passenger side. Unfortunately, it only comes with a dull four-speed automatic transmission.
Interestingly, I found something written on the La Forza Spyder which dates back to 2015. Curiously, it was listed as a 2002 model and had only 31,289 miles on the clock, priced at $ 29,995.
Fast forward to today, the car has accumulated a total of 31,290 miles based on images uploaded by its current vendor – a mere mile added after five years. Although we have to say, we will not be able to prove that the images used in this list are not the same as those that were listed in 2015. The price, however, has dropped significantly. It is currently listed at $ 19,199.
And oh, if you’re looking for the headlights, the little information I received pointed me to the exterior mirrors. We told you this car is weird, right?
If interested, go to the NBS Auto Showroom website and send a message to the seller. Who knows, this exotic car may be a great addition to your collection.