This concept, which was first seen in 2001, is actually the comeback model of Veritas after it stopped manufacturing cars since 1952 and there are reports this catfish already has a production version which will be unveiled during the London Salon Privé.

The Veritas RS III is powered by a 6.0-Liter V12 engine sourced from BMW producing 670 horsepower and a torque of 760Nm pound-feet. The design is however nothing sort of revolutionary because they bring back memories of the original Veritas cars seen more than 50 years ago. The catfish image could be attributed to Veritas’ experience in boat construction.

With a tubular chassis structure, the Veritas RS III weighs a lightweight 950 kilograms which could validate the 350 km/hr top speed claim of the manufacturer. This catfish of a car will have a starting price tag of $375,000.