The Australian entrepreneur Paul Halstead who owns the automotive design and engineering company HAL is planning to develop an extreme supercar. According to his, the new car will come with a W16 14.0 liter unit and will produce 1.200 horsepower. 

To achieve this configuration, he will use two LS7 V8 7.0-liter engines signed by Corvette who will be mounted together at 45 degrees. The power will be sent to the rear wheels via a six speed sequential gear box.

The resources will get to the ground thanks to a limited slip differential. The body will be made from Kevlar and carbon fiber and the new hypercar will make its public appearance at the Detroit Autorama in 2016.

Source: WCF