The first model is the Dark Horse S, based on the 500-horsepower Dark Horse street car. Stripped down to the essentials, the Dark Horse S features a full FIA-certified roll cage, safety nets, a race seat with safety belts, and a quick-release race steering wheel. As you’d expect in a race car, electrical system disconnects and a fire impression system have been added too, along with a central panel housing switches and knobs for all the basics like headlights, indicators, wipers, mirror adjusters, and the rain light. There’s also a pit lane speed limiter and an acquisition display system. You can optionally add a passenger seat.
On the outside, hood pins, front and rear tow hooks, an adjustable rear wing, and a full exhaust system are evident. The car comes painted from the factory and “ready for individual vehicle liveries.” Upgraded brakes, Multimattic DSSV dampers, and adjustable ride height and camber settings have also been added.