An as-yet unnamed 1200bhp supercar has been announced by Australian entrepreneur Paul Halstead.
Although there are no plans to build the 14.0-litre car at the moment, Halstead hopes to attract potential investors when he reveals the car in 2016.
Two LS7 V8 engines, each with a 7.0-litre capacity, are mated to a specially developed transfer box, effectively creating a W16 14.0-litre engine. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a six-speed sequential gearbox.
If built, the car's bodywork would be made mostly from Kevlar and carbonfibre, with the engine also resting in a carbonfibre tub.
Halstead's company, HAL, used to modify Alfa Romeo Sprint coupés with V8 engines to create its own car, the Giocattolo.