Leviathan Genesis MKI
Manufacturer Leviathan-Automobile
Designer Admiral Leviathan
Class Two-seat Roadster
Production 1926-1928
Weight 1840kg / 2 Tons
Layout FR
Powerplant 3.8L Inline-6 Special
Top Speed 70 MPH

The Leviathan Gensis MKI is a two-seat, open-cabin racing roadster built by French automaker Leviathan-Automobile.

Build InformationEdit

The build was completed on the 21st of January, 2015, and was revised several times in the weeks that followed. It was a largely proof-of-concept car to test ACF Engines. Aside from some on-server experimenting done to tweak performance, this car has seldom appeared online; competitive or casual events alike.

It is powered by an ACF Special I6 linked to a Transaxial gearbox. Despite the flaws in its construction the car still maintains a 70 MPH top speed, although it has trouble maintaining this uphill. Due to these problems, the car is entirely unsuitable for serious racing events.

Design InformationEdit

The Genesis is based off of early 1920's roadsters, such as the Bugatti Type 35.


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