Bodylines - Flow & Cloaked
Flow is everything, Isaac's lines flow like the air around it. Even the coloured panels look like a cloak blowing across the bodywork. Air is channelled into vents neatly positioned to serve all the cooling requirements of Isaac at speed.
Fighter jet is in the DNA, after burners, air brakes, glass canopy and air intakes.
Centred around an aluminium tub with tubular steel subframes, the front suspension is suspended off the tub where as the rear suspension is part of the engine frame. This will allow us to develop a long wheelbase, long tail V12 version where as this Isaac frame will take a V8 or V10.
Also Isaac has been designed to allow fitment of upto 4 electric motors to run parallel with the combustion engine.
Isaac will also be able to run height adjustable air suspension with 3 height setting plus show car slammed position in park mode.
The heart of the beast
The power plant of Isaac has yet to be finalised and that could all be down to the investor, we have even looked at an interesting development in 2 stroke CITS engines. We have modelled a V6 version with over 600bhp and 2 electric motors on the outputs of the transaxle.
But there is room for twin turbo V8's or V10's with well over 600bhp with or without electric assistance.
The perfect package
With a simulated aerodynamic CD of 0.22 we have fine tuned the amazing lines of project Isaac to look nothing like everything you've seen before, something of beauty, something beastly. With moulded seat frames as part of the chassis tub with adjustable pedals and steering wheel allowing for a lower seating position further back in the cabin. Head up displays and rear view cameras help with high speed piloting of Isaac, as does the two part automatic spoiler and air brake.
The dynamics of the design draws you up close and personal, bringing the environment, your surroundings through the canopy to your finger tips and into the nervous system. The seat of your pants are now nearly part of the chassis, nearly part of the road. Even the shape of the front body panels focus your line of sight towards the road ahead and guiding you from apex to apex.