Fenix Automotive drop the first official photos of its new exotic supercar. Undoubted successor of the well-known M12, the new high-end vehicle designed by the renowned Lee Noble excels in fresh, bold and dramatic visual styling.

"The M12 was hugely successful, but we needed to move the game on in terms of design," said Lee. "The new car's styling owes nothing to what I've done before and has quite literally been a ‘clean sheet' exercise from the start. It's edgy, with powerful lines, and aerodynamically will be in another league to any of my previous cars."

The new ride's astonishing appearance is backed by a choice of two powerful engines. As a base power unit, the future supercar boasts the GM's LS3 V8 engine with 480 horsepower. More output power is available with the second power unit, the 6.2-litre supercharged LS9 V8, known from the recently launched Corvette ZR1, which is capable to produce 638 horsepower.

According to Fenix, the new supercar powered by the LS9 engine should cover the zero to 100mph sprint in less than seven seconds, before reaching a V-max of approximately 200mph.

Fenix Automotive supercar (2010) - picture 1 of 2
Fenix Automotive supercar (2010) - picture 2 of 2