Now, it might look like a bit of a backyard supercar, but the GT1 does actually seem to be quite a hi-tech piece of kit.
For starters, it's suspended by something called 'Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve' four-way adjustable dampers, an in-board, pushrod operated set-up developed by Multimatic from similar systems used in F1 and sports car racing.
Pushing farther beyond the (severely limited) reaches of the PH office team's engineering knowledge base, the GT1's chassis is made from a hybrid Carbon Fibre and aluminium monocoque structure, with integrated front and rear sub-frame modules for suspension, steering, engine and driveline mounting. The body panels, meanwhile, are made from aluminium.
That's good enough, reckons De Macross, to haul the car to 60mph from rest in 3.4secs, to the ¼ mile in 11.5secs and ultimately on to a top speed somewhere beyond 215mph.
There's no word on the price for the De Macross GT1, nor how many cars the company expects to build, but expect the respective answers to be 'a lot' and 'not very many'...