Instead of the six-cylinder engines, the car will get power from the 5.5-litre V8 engine already used by G55 AMG, for example. Power, which is 388 bhp on the G Class, is lowered to 370 hp, while torque remains the same: 530 Nm.
Apparently, Alonso's company, Gullwing-America, expects for people to start ordering the cars in order to get them done. Meanwhile, all we have are these computer renderings that give us tips on what the vehicles will look like, if they ever hit the production lines. In case they don't, it is always possible to order the 300 SL from Gullwing-AG. We have tried to contact the company, but did not manage to do so until now.
Source: World Car Fans