The Apollo Speed is, to put it mildly, a racecar for the street. It's powered by a 4.2-liter V8 sourced from Audi, and twin turbocharged to put out 700 horsepower -- about six times that of a Honda Fit, which weighs in the same neighborhood of 2,500 pounds. Such massive power flourishes by way of a body designed to direct passing air to produce hundreds of pounds of aerodynamic downforce, increasing the pressure between the contact area of the tire and the road surface. That provides tremendous grip by which the Apollo Speed can take the Nordschleife's 100 corners at blazing speeds. At full clip, around 225 miles per hour, the Apollo is said to produce 3,000 pounds of downforce, enough to drive upside down in a tunnel, in theory.