Heavily influenced by two very different British cars, the SRW 6XJ4 rolled off the Simraceway Motor Company production lines in 1990. Unusual and explosive in equal measure, this fused-for-performance mighty atom was at its best in the mud and dust of rally stages.
Despite their aesthetic incongruity, the Group B rally championship-challenging MG Metro 6R4 and superfast road-going Jaguar XJ220-S did share one essential component. Their powerplants were both based on the Austin Rover/TWR-made V64V V6.
The SRW 6XJ4 employed a turbocharged variant of the V64V similar to the one that would later be used by Will Gollop in his successful FIA European Rallycross Championship challenges. Producing 562 bhp, it is capable of taking the sub-2,500-lb car from 0 to 60 in less than three seconds and to a top speed of 154 mph.
To experience this unholy automotive union, add the positively demonic SRW 6XJ4 to your Simraceway Garage right now!