Called the Centripetal Wing, the wing is tilts away from the absolute horizontal when the car turns, producing downforce that stays perpendicular to the plane of the wing thereby generating a centripetal force. This centripetal force reduces the tendency of the rear end to break away. Also, the high pivot point of the wing allows it to act as an additional rear anti-roll bar. This provides additional grip to the inner wheel, reducing the chance of a loss of traction at the rear.
To be honest, it all sounds cool but we aren't sure it actually works...
Nonetheless, the TSR-S is a pretty cool car. It has 'two' gearbox - a motorsport-spec seven-speed dog-box transmission, which can 'switch between a standard road gearbox configuration and a brutal mechanical direct power-shift race set-up that delivers a genuine race car experience on the track'.
Also, it is equipped with a 5.8-litre flat-plane V8 with two superchargers and a crazy 1177bhp. All that power allows the TSR-S to reach 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds and 200 km/h in 6.8 seconds.