The Baltasar Revolt is a roofless, windshield-less, race-ready track car that’s 100% electric. The bonus here is that you don’t need to garage it and get in another car for street duty. The company’s goal was to build a street-legal electric car that could transition to the track without any modifications whatsoever. The body is carbon fiber, as is most of the interior. The result is a low curb weight and excellent structural rigidity. It weighs in at only 1,698 pounds, all hurtled to nutty speeds with its dual electric motors good for 507 horses and 738 lb-ft of torque. In terms of range, it’s no slouch, either. Under conservative driving habits (good luck with that), it’ll get up to 372 miles on a single charge. It’s available in myriad bold colors, and it’s punctuated by unpainted carbon fiber trim on the front and rear fascias, wolf spider-like front lighting, a functional roll bar, and a massive rear diffuser. The racing seats, six-point harnesses, and tubular safety cells mean the Revolt is meant for speed.