Dubuc SLC’s first and only model at this stage will be the Tomahawk two-seater sports car, priced at US$19,995 (AU$22,472) in kit-car form, and estimated at US$30,000 (AU$33,716) for the finished product.
Most of the suspension components come from the Chevrolet Corvette C4, and the aluminium body frame weighs just 137kg.
The body is made from recycled ultra-light polymer materials and comes pre-drilled with bolt, hose and wiring holes, capable of housing a 6’3”-tall driver upon completion.
The Tomahawk’s doors open at a 75 degree angle, and Dubuc SLC claim the inclusion of a see-through Targa roof is a first for a kit-car.
The body is rust-proof and need not be painted, however Dubuc SLC gives you a choice of five colours anyway.
Dubuc SLC says the Tomahawk can be assembled eight-times faster than a typical kit-car - with an estimated build-time of 250 hours – or the Canadian carmaker can build it for you.
The 2014 Montreal International Auto Show runs from January 17-26.