Road rallies put on by Targa Trophy tend to feature some pretty baller cars, but the Supercar Festival Orange County featured one super-rare bird: a Bizzarrini Prototype Supercar P708. We don't know a whole lot about the one-off, but if Google's right the thing is unequivocally "exotic." Inspired by Giotto Bizzarrini's P538 from the mid-1960s, the modern version sports carbon-fiber monocoque and body and packs a 7.0L LS V-8 mid-engine out of C6 Corvette Z06. Producing the prototype took upwards of $4.5 million and design-wise it's got some impressive curves - although it's anyone's guess how the thing performs.
The Bizzarrini was on display at the start of the road rally, the parking lot of the Island Hotel in Newport Beach, Calif., and joined by millions more dollars in hypercars, supercars and exotics - the only types of vehicles invited to the Supercar Festival. From Orange County, rally entrants wound up at the Viceroy Santa Monica, and in between hit a number of checkpoints throughout the LA and OC areas, traversing canyons, freeways and everything in between. Dig into the gallery to see some elite machinery owning the road in the Targa Trophy Supercar Festival.