Delanda GT (a.k.a. Delanda Demon) was created in the early 2000s by Lawrie Howlett from Nerang, Queensland. It was supposed to be a high-performance made-to-order sportscar with looks and price range to rival competitors. The development took three years and the car was built around the kit created by Peter d'Arcy Evans of De-Type Automotive. Delanda company also made a GT5000 model highly resembling Lamboghini Countach.