The Westfield XTR2 is an ultralichtweight, twa-seater sports caur manufactured bi Westfield Sportscars Limited, o Wast Midlands, UK. It features a lichtweight steel tubular spaceframe chassis, an the 170 hp, 1299 cc Suzuki Hayabusa 4 cylinder ingine, matit tae a 6-speed sequential gearbox. Performance upgrades ar available. Houever, it lacks a windshield, side doors, ruif, an is virtually devoid o interior luxury. As a result o this simplicity, the caur anerlie wechts atween 410-440 kilograms, dependin on configuration. Bi achievin an extremely hie pouer tae wecht ratio, it haes been intendit primarily as a caur tae be uised on the race track. Houever, it is still legal for road uise ( at least in the UK). The Westfield XTR2 is a member o the Bike Engined Car or BEC cless o vehicle that ar becomin very popular at Track Days.
The XTR2 made a notable appearance on the revamped version o BBC's Top Gear, whaur it outperformed a Pagani Zonda in a timed lap o a test track. The Zonda wis the current track time champion. Awtho the record haes syne been surpassed bi several expensive sports caurs, it wis a foreshadowin o a future record lap time bi the Ariel Atom, anither minimalist sports caur tae which the XTR2 haes aften been compared.