|Body and chassis|
|Body style||Single-seater (Monoposto)|
|Engine||American 42 l (2,563.00 cu in) Packard V-12 Marine Engine|
|Curb weight||2.4 Tons|
The Packard-Bentley "Mavis" is a one-off vintage racing car. It is powered by a massive American 42 litre Packard 4M-2500 V-12, developing 1,500 bhp (1,100 kW) and (2,000 foot-pounds (2,700 N·m)) of torque, sourced from an American World War II-era marine military PT boat.
The Packard-Bentley is based on a 1930 Bentley 8-litre chassis, highly modified. The car also has 24 exhaust pipes, reflecting its engine's twin-port design. The steering column is offset and angled to allow it to clear the huge engine block.
The car is a very popular spectator attraction, both static and whilst being driven.