There are several different ways to configure the Catfish. We’ve included just a few in the slide deck, including a popular request: a windshield.
BASE–pure, simple, no added fluff.
Subtle. Adds downforce from an increase in flat-bottom surface area
Full Windshield–on the drawing board, but not yet ready for production!
Front “whiskers” add downforce
The new wrap products make this option easy
No-nonsense satin black
Instead of stripes or numbers, we added a stripe contour to accentuate the lines of the car.
Carbon and Signal Orange make this car stand out.
I am excited to see the windshield. Also will the roll bar body pieces be produced? Will you guys be at sema this year?
Yes, the roll bar fascia will be made. We have to build that part based on a real roll bar which is asymmetrical and height sensitive. SEMA? Maybe…
WOW!!! The windshield looks really slick.
The raw shield on the car looks even better…
Those whiskers are growing on me! I might need to add them to my order.
How reconfigurable will the Catfish be after it’s built? I’d like to run the aeroscreens on the street (not windshield), and love the idea of being able to convert from a mono to a duo cockpit easily. Go mono with the toneau cover when I want to tear up the canyon’s on my own, or thrash it around the track – and then put the second seat back in, and go for a spin with a friend.
Good question. The tonneau will be really easy to install, but requires either a low-back seat, or removal of the passenger seat. If you want to go really retro but keep your performance seats, check out http://www.classiccarseats.com. One of my favorites is the “Monza”, which is a low-back seat but allows for 5 point harnesses.