supercar builders, Leblanc, designed the Mirabeau (named after
a corner on the famous Monaco F1 track) to comply with all the
FIA / Le Mans homologation
standards to drive the racing version of the LeBlanc Mirabeau
at Le Mans. The way the Mirabeau is set up, it really belongs
on the racetrack.
The lightweight body of the LeBlanc Mirabeau, made from kevlar
fiber, hides a supercharged V8 engine borrowed from the
Koenigsegg CCR, and although it is slightly detuned,
it still develops over 700 horsepower.