The Lotec C1000 is a concept sports car designed, developed and built by German automotive manufacturer Lotec. It was initially imagined in 1994, and it was built in 1995. The number 1000 in the name indicated how many horsepower it produced.
It was designed with a comprehensive suspension system that could be altered to accommodate various driving circumstances.
A Mercedes-Benz M117 V8 engine with dual turbochargers powers the Lotec C1000. A total of two turbochargers on the engine gave it a 1000 horsepower output. The vehicle has a carbon fiber body and chassis, a five-speed racing transmission, and rear-wheel drive. The car weighs 2,381 pounds (1,080 kg).
An oil tycoon from the United Arab Emirates hired Lotec in 1990 to construct a sports automobile for him. The vehicle, also known as the Lotec C1000, was finished in 1995 and cost roughly $3.4 million (USD) in total.
The vehicle is a unique German supercar constructed from rare materials. The company mostly concentrates on racing automobiles.