I guess I'm calling for Van thursday!

This is the Renault Espace F1 show car. The Espace F1 was a fully functioning concept car featuring a mid ship V10 borrowed from an f1 car.

In 1995, Renault displayed a show car called the Espace F1, which was created by Matra to celebrate both the 10th anniversary of the Espace and Renault's involvement in Formula One racing. Though it resembled an Espace with substantial bodywork changes, the vehicle had more in common with a Formula One car. The vehicle used a lightweight carbon fibre F1-style chassis in combination with a carbon fibre-reinforced Espace J63-series body (as opposed to fibreglass on the standard model). Powering the Espace F1 was an 800 hp (597 kW; 811 PS) (upgraded from its original rating of 700 hp (522 kW; 710 PS) 3.5-litre, 40-valve Renault RS5 V10 engine, as used in the 1993 Williams-Renault FW15C.

As with an F1 car, the V10 engine was mid-engined (as opposed to the conventional front-engined layout) and the power was transmitted to the rear wheels via a 6-speed semi-automatic gearbox, also used in the Williams FW15C. The engine and transmission allowed the Espace F1 to accelerate from 0โ€“100 km/h (0โ€“62 mph) in 2.8 seconds, 0โ€“200 km/h (0โ€“124 mph) in 6.9 seconds and carry on accelerating to a top speed of 312 km/h (194 mph). With the use of carbon-ceramic brakes, the Espace F1's deceleration was no less impressive that its acceleration, and could accelerate from 0โ€“270 km/h (0โ€“168 mph) and brake to a complete halt in under 600 metres (1,969 ft). This version of the Espace was featured in driving simulator game Gran Turismo 2.Frank Williams was a noted passenger of the Espace F1, chauffeured by Williams driver David Coulthard.[9] The Espace F1 currently resides in the Matra Museum in France.[10]

Shame I can't have this for my daily commute!