American Super-Luxury Cars Live On

The Godsil Manhattan V16 supercar was Jason Godsil’s answer to one simple question, “What would a Duesenberg look like today if they were still in business?” The 134-inch wheelbase makes the current renderings longer than a Rolls-Royce Phantom, while the huge wheels and large vented hood give it an all-around intimidating presence.  Yet, it looks so smooth. While most of the design was inspired by his favorite cars of the 1930’s, it may be produced as a coupe with a glass roof. To add another modern twist, it could potentially run on compressed natural gas and have an incredible 13-Liter engine.

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