The HTT Plethore LC 750 supercar will be shown in Europe for the first time at the Top Marques Monaco event on 10 April.
The Canadian built supercar draws comparison with the McLaren F1 thanks to its central driving position, and will be on display in the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo.
The scissor-doored Plethore is powered by a 6.2-litre V8 putting out 740bhp and 655lb ft of torque, linkled to a six-speed manual gearbox.
The car has a carbonfibre chassis and body, and weighs just 1150kg - about the same as the hard-top MX-5.
Independent double-wishbone suspension and 15-inch, six-piston brakes from AP Racing complete the technical package.
No performance figures have been released, but the Plethore has a power-to-weight ratio of 643bhp per tonne.
As well as sporting a diffuser that extends beyond the rear of the car, the Plethore is 2260mm wide.
That’s 20cm wider than a similarly-priced Lamborghini Murcielago and about 26cm too wide for UK pinch-points found at the entrance to most car parks and on some roads.
The Plethore costs 395,000 Canadian dollars (£220,200) and HTT is aiming to make 400 cars a year.