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VLF Automotive is a new, Michigan-based supercar company with deep roots. It is run by General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz, former Fisker and Aston Martin designer Henrik Fisker and automotive supplier Gilbert Villarreal.

Its first vehicle, the $229,000 Destino, is a now-discontinued Fisker Karma hybrid with a 638-horsepower Corvette ZR 1 V8 engine. Its second vehicle, revealed Tuesday at the Detroit auto show, is the Force 1.

(AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

It's a heavily modified Dodge Viper with a 745-horsepower, 8.4-liter V10 engine.

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The Force 1 will be built in limited numbers starting this spring; it's priced at $268,500. VLF plans to open seven dealerships in North America this year.

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