The front BBS wheel has a 25mm offset. Because of the mesh wheel design, you cant see the brakes but they are really trick. The calipers are nickel plated Brembo 4-piston units using Brembo ultra-light low thermal mass rotors. The car is so light that it can get away with light rotors. The rotors have half the amount of vanes as usual and are mostly hollow inside.
The pedal box assembly is from a Swift formula ford open-wheel race car and was used because the car is so small the foot box is tiny and a sedan-type pedal box would not fit in the space! The balance bar is inside the cabin and the master cylinders themselves are mounted bulkhead-style as in open-wheel cars!
You can see just how small the driver’s cockpit is here! It is very formula car or prototype-like.
A Rywire PDM is used to handle the car’s electrical power. The dash display is an AEM CD5. An AEM Infiniti 708 series ECU controls the engine.
A Butler aluminum race seat is used and is being modified to be a full NASCAR style containment seat that protects the driver’s entire body.
A Momo steering wheel is used. The car will use Simpson window nets and Shroth harnesses. A Lifeline 360 fire system is hidden under the tinwork. You can catch a glimpse of just how small the car’s footbox is here.