The Equus Bass 770 has gone viral, and it’s not hard to see why. The retro styling of the boutique modern muscle car draws inspiration mainly from the old Ford Mustang fastback, but also the Dodge Challenger, and it’s powered by a thoroughly modern supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that makes 640 horsepower, a la Chevrolet’s recently departed Corvette ZR1. It all comes together to give the Bass 770 a claimed 0-60 miles-per-hour time of 3.4 seconds and top speed of 200 mph, which makes us wonder why it took a short piece by Thrillist that ended up on the front page of Reddit to make people notice (including us). Apparently, the thing already has been out for almost a year, according to Equus Automotive’s Facebook page. In addition to whats under the hood, It also packs modern comforts including a leather interior, Alcantara ceiling, air-conditioning, GPS, radio with CD and DVD capabilities, a USB port, airbags, tire pressure monitoring system and cruise control. This doesn’t come cheap though, starting at US$250,000 and costing as much as $290,000 for a fully equipped model.