After debuting the fire-breathing 507 PS Beast last May 2014, California-based speciality brand Rezvani recently unveiled the Beast Speedster. Essentially a lesser variant of the original Beast, the Speedster retains the distinct exterior design while employing a leather-clad interior.

Rear quarter view of the Rezvani Beast Speedster

The Ariel Atom-based open-top car still features the frameless windscreen along with the slender headlights, muscular body fenders, sharp side profile, large 19-inch PUR RS05 alloy wheels, sleek taillights and the overly-large rear diffuser.

The black interior largely carries over but now features leather padding on the carbon fiber seats, steering wheel and shifter.

The interior of the Rezvani Beast Speedster

Powering the Beast Speedster is a 2.4-liter supercharged engine that has been detuned to 304 PS instead of the standard 507 PS. Even with its significant decrease in power, the open-top car is still capable of going from 0 – 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds according to Rezvani.

It currently retails for $139,000 (about PhP 6.5 million) and will soon be joined by another variant which will be announced later this year.