Yes, it costs $2 million bucks. Still, it's the "world's first hand-built, sixteen-cylinder production automobile." DiMora Motorcar was founded by Alfred DiMora and is known for designing high-end luxury cars like the Clenet and Scepture. It is based in Palm Springs, California. DiMora previously found Starbridge Systems, Inc, which developed the world's fastest FPGA supercomputer.
He has since combined his two technological passions into what he's claiming will be the "world's fastest, most technologically-advanced, and finest four-door sport luxury sedan." It has 1,200 hp and will still have excellent fuel mileage thanks to variable-cylinder technology and a lightweight engine block. The chassis and body use advanced aerospace materials and various construction methods that not only give the car "superior strength," but also a total weight roughly 1,500 lbs less than its competitors.
In total, there are more than 60 onboard computer systems to handle all major functions such as performance, safety, and entertainment. Combined with all-wheel drive, it'll supposedly have superior handling and maneuverability. Sum up: Ari Gold's ultimate ride.