All it takes to be mesmerized by the Aria Group’s “Fast Eddy” Supercar is one single look. It’s sleek. It’s light. It’s fast as hell. Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, let’s talk more about Aria. What makes them qualified to build an American supercar with short-deck, long-hood proportions powered by a supercharged 650-horsepower small block V8 from a Corvette? Aria designs, develops and builds one-off prototypes, movie cars, and carbon-fiber parts for other boutique car manufacturers… in addition to having worked on the Las Vegas Monorail and working with Elon Musk on projects like SpaceX. If there was any one group of people qualified to bring a batshit crazy, balls-to-the-wall American supercar to your driveway it’s Aria Group. Oh yeah, and then there’s the cool name. Fast Eddy was the nickname given to Chevy designer Ed Taylor who just so happens to be Aria co-founder Charles Taylor’s dad, so they named it after him. Fast Eddy is set to be produced in a limited run of 20 starting in 2018 with a price tag that has yet to be released.