Making Of The Rezvani Beast

It all started with a sketch. Born from CEO Ferris Rezvani’s dream of building the ultimate, lightweight, high-performance vehicle, the Rezvani Beast supercar is detailed in this 10-minute short film, directed by former Top Gear and Shark Tank producer Michael Kramer.

The Rezvani Beast was penned by award-winning designer Samir Sadikhov. Sadikhov brought to life Ferris Rezvani’s vision of a high-performance supercar at a reasonable price of around $150,000.

The design process lasted a total of four weeks. Thanks to photorealistic renderings of the car that were viewed by over 50 million users online, Rezvani received its first order for Beast just days after the introduction. The company was launched in 2014, and delivered its first car just a few months later.

“We knew from the beginning that the Beast was going to be something special,” said CEO Ferris Rezvani. “Working with Samir, he and I were able to come up with a design unlike anything else on the market, and with the engineering from the Ariel Atom available to us, our dream of a high-performance vehicle with a price tag of around $150,000 would soon be realized.”

The Rezvani Beast is powered by a 2.4-liter K24 supercharged engine delivering 300 horsepower and paired to a six-speed manual gearbox. The success of the Beast spawned the more powerful Beast X with a 500 horsepower engine, the Beast Alpha with a removable targa-style top, and an upcoming Rezvani utility vehicle, which will make its debut in just a few months.

The Rezvani Beast starts at $159,000, and the Rezvani Beast Alpha can be had for as little as $95,000.