Comments - Radical Reveals RXC at Autosport

Published: Jan 14, 2013
Description: There are many cars on the market that claim to be racecars for the road, but few carry that mantle quite like Radical. The small British outfit makes track cars you can actually drive on the street, ...
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Dave Larby Jan 15, 2013
Probably about £60k-£80k, and street legal in the UK!
Wayne Joseph Borean Jan 15, 2013
Two questions: 1) How much? 2) Street Legal where?
Richard Nichols Jan 15, 2013
Not much room for the shopping. I would so go the very long way round to the shops! Who needs big and heavy when you can have small and light!
António Villas-Boas Jan 14, 2013
Its street legal so you can drive it to the track. Must be one of the most fun cars to drive in the World!!!
Dave Larby Jan 14, 2013
A lot of Radical's stuff is street legal. Whether you would actually want to drive one on the street is another question. Speed bumps would be Interesting in this.
JB Kolod Jan 14, 2013
Yeah man, track toy like an ariel
Nick Schnee Jan 14, 2013
This thing is street legal? Seriously?
Kyle Kloewer Jan 15, 2013
If love to have one of these
Nicolai Stålstrøm Dalen Jan 15, 2013
I want to see this in Le Mans.
Dave Rain Jan 15, 2013
Daniel Kenneth Babler Jan 14, 2013
Wow looks like paper thin doors.. 😐
Wyatt Gordon Jan 14, 2013
Lol tiny doors
Derrick McCarthy Jan 14, 2013
Never mind I figured it out...
Derrick McCarthy Jan 14, 2013
Does the driver sit centered in this?
Mike Perry Jan 14, 2013
Looks like they painted the speed 8 yellow, Im a fan of this
Description: The Radical RXC is built around a laser-cut CDS tubular steel spaceframe with integral rollcage and tested to Le Mans standards. It's cloaked in carbon composite body panels with enough ventilati...
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Dave Rain Jan 15, 2013
Ford v6?
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Ian Ragsdale Jan 15, 2013
It's not the car that will be expensive, it's the private paddock garage at Spring Mountain you will need to keep it in....
Jared Oteri Jan 14, 2013
Yeah but what's the price tag
omarSV Jan 15, 2013
I was at the show, honestly its not as bad as it seems in the pics. Imagine it in a darker colour like black and without the silly stickers and it would look like a rocket on the road :)
Hemmo Karja Jan 15, 2013
Weelll it looks like its a lot of fun to drive on a track but to be honest its also ugly as hell. I wouldnt take it on the road myself
Wyatt Gordon Jan 14, 2013
I like Radical. Especially the SR3. But that's atrocious
Reese Fenske Jan 14, 2013
I love this. along with all radical products
Jackson Michael Jan 14, 2013
I don't thin they really cared what it looks like
Bilal Techkneecal-sapport Khan Jan 14, 2013
I don't like the shape of the rear
omarSV Jan 15, 2013
yep i was at the show, had a chat with the makers, they said its fully legal in the uk and europe (didnt ask about the US). Reason why is that the Nurburgring record they set with the normal Radical isnt recognised by the nurburgring officials because it only met uk regulations. Cant wait for the lap in this :)
Mike Renaut Jan 14, 2013
Well, in the UK anyway. Not sure how well it would fare in the US or some parts of Europe though.
Mike Renaut Jan 14, 2013
Yes completely road legal.
Austin Bride Jan 14, 2013
This is road legal?!
Mitchell Mefford Jan 14, 2013
I really liked everything on the c7, except the tail lights
Peter Mark Gacek Jan 14, 2013
Hahaha yea just give the fanboys 24 hours to assemble and they'll be ready to get in a pickle. I personally would most definitely buy one of these over a Vette. But then again, I would buy 991 911 and say screw it all.