Devon GTX: Future American supercar to attempt Nurburgring lap record in July

Daniel Paulin, former Ford designer, has created a design concept for Devon Motorworks that hints at a future American supercar. Known as the ‘design that navigates between the past and science fiction,’ the new Devon GTX is said to be the shape of the future supercar from America.

The exterior features a blend of muscle and curves that won’t have you mistaking this for a German supercar. As for the inside, Paulin decided to go with a more clean electronic dashboard with retro touches such as the gear-shifter and steering wheel that resembles those in a Ford Mustang.

No word on what’s going to be under the hood of the Devon GTX but we’re guessing it’s going be something very powerful since the company plans on breaking the world lap record at the famous Nurburgring track in July 2009. The finished Devon GTX will be piloted by Le Mans and European FIA and GT2 World Champion and proven Trans-Am winner Justin Bell.

The Devon GTX will make its world debut at the 2009 Pebble Beach Concours.

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– By: Kap Shah

Source: Devon Motorworks (via GTSpirit)