It is hard to forget the American supercar, the Vector W8. The W8 was a wedge-shaped, twin-turbocharged
car that epitomized the era of radical automobile design in the 1980s and 1990s. While the Vector W2 was a prototype car, the W8 was the final product.
Vector built a name for itself with its W8 product, even though it wasn't as well-received than rivals such as Lamborghini and Ferrari.
The Vector was a divisive model when it came to supercars. There was much debate about the Vector's performance and the use of out-of-the ordinary technology.
The Vector W8 was created by Jerry Wiegert (founder of Vehicle Design Force, 1978).
This would be the Vector Car in 1987. Vector Aeromotive, the new company name, eventually sold the W8.