Villefort Alvarado V4F 570 Delegate
The exterior of the car is defined by its six-wheeled configuration. It resembles the real-life Tyrrell P34 Formula 1 race car or the Covini C6W road car, with four wheels in the front and two wheels in the back. All four front wheels turn when steering.
The car has four doors - two large doors for the driver's area, and two smaller suicide doors for rear seat occupants.
Other exterior styling features include a single large headlight on the driver's side, a large hood ornament, and roof that is painted a different color than the rest of the vehicle. In the back, it has three full tail lights (two 'fin-style' side tail lights, and a light bar) which is rare compared to other night city vehicles. The rear wheels are partially covered by fender skirts. The Alvarado comes in convertible and fixed hardtop options.
As an executive-class car, its design is focused more on interior comfort than on practicality. Despite a relatively large size, the car features seating room for only four passengers in the interior. Each passenger has access to a cup holder and a suite of controls. The interior is accented with burlwood. Seats do not have head rests. Rear seat passengers each have access to a screen and built-in console mounted on the seatbacks of the front seats.
Under the hood, the car features a V-shaped engine with an unknown amount of cylinders. Each cylinder bank has its own oil fill cap, which indicates the engine has two oiling systems. The car is rear-wheel drive