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Revolution 500 EVO 2024
Revolution 500 EVO 2024 Red Rear Profile
Revolution 500 EVO 2024

500 EVO

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500SC VS 500 EVO Comparison





3.5:1 efficiency 



Price : Starting at £198k

Revolution 427


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3:1 efficiency 



Price : Starting at £151k

The 500 EVO Background

Derived from two years of meticulous support and observation of 500SC dealers and customers worldwide, the 500 EVO model reflects a comprehensive understanding of how the car can be enhanced to elevate performance.  The EVO upgrades achieve the following: 

  • Enhanced mechanical & low-speed grip 

  • Finer refinement of engine power delivery characteristics 

  • Improved aerodynamic efficiency with balanced adjustments 

  • A more robust and adjustable transmission 

The 500 EVO shaves off considerable lap time compared to its predecessor, simultaneously enhancing reliability and consistency over longer race distances. 

These advancements in performance are realised through a strategic combination developments. Learn more here

The first truly affordable sports racer with a carbon reinforced polymer safety cell and cutting-edge technology

Ford-based V6 unit

Developed from a Ford-based V6 unit, the Revolution  engine has proven reliability to match its high-end performance.

Tuned and prepared for high-energy track work, the power unit is of the many highlights of this car, with a large torque spread and an epic soundtrack. It also has the reliability, easy servicing and long refresh intervals.

Revolution V6 Engine
Double-halo another first by Revolution

Double-halo : another first by Revolution

Exceeding FIA standards, the double-halo head protection is inspired by that mandated in Formula One.

Drivability has always been a top priority

Unmatched aerodynamic performance is achieved through the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).

As a result accessible handling and performance can be exploited by all levels of driver.

The cars produce more downforce than anything else in its price bracket whilst remaining balanced in all driving situations.

Watch how CFD is used in the design process and then how this translates into downforce on the track via the 3rd element video - you will see as the car increases speed the 3rd element of the suspension is being compressed as the car is being forced lower to the ground.

LMP technology and safety to national motorsport

Quality product, quality service

Built by experts in each field, from composites to machining.

Supported and maintained by approved partners world-wide with a unique and personal service.


Tested and developed by leading industry experts, TotalSim.

The Revolution was created using advanced simulation tools to generate more downforce than any rival, with a stable centre of aero pressure, delivering a dependable, consistent handling and feel.


Clever design reduces the number of components, driving down manufacturing costs and lead time.

Resultantly parts supply & maintenance at the racetrack is optimised.

Advance design

Designed from the driver’s seat outwards, with driving pleasure and control as the number one priority.

Safety & durability

With the use of modern Finite Element Analysis (F.E.A.) and testing tools previously only used in Formula 1 and elite level 24-hour racing, all components are tested to loads more extreme than they will ever face on the racetrack.

Proven reliability is a key component.

British designed & manufactured

All race cars are designed and manufactured from the British based purpose-built Peterborough headquarters.

The Revolution team are experts in their field, unrivalled by other small manufacturers.

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