This is more than a track toy – a race-ready monster that, at top speed, generates nearly as much downforce (2,000 pounds) as it weighs. So yes, it will stick to the track, or any surface for that matter. Underneath the chassis, perfectly placed for balance, is the potent powerhouse of the Ford 3.5-liter Ecoboost, that can launch the RXC from 0-60 in less than three seconds and attain a top speed of around 175 mph. That may seem impressive, but what is really astounding is the way this car grips. You want to be a hero? The RXC is your secret weapon.
The Radical RXC Turbo builds in on the performance stats of the Radical SR8 RX, with a huge focus on handling and braking. On average, it can corner at 1.37 g and brake to a stop from 100 mph (161 km/h) in under 260 ft (79 m). The RXC Turbo's acceleration is superb, hitting 60 mph in 2.6 seconds and 100 mph in 5.2 seconds. Despite what its stats may suggest, the RXC Turbo is unable to beat the Aston Martin Vulcan and Pagani Huayra BC on the track due to having a poor top speed and being harder to control at higher RPMs.