Another day and another electric automaker has previewed an all-electric supercar it’s working on which could rival the planets fastest road cars.
The latest car comes courtesy of NextEV, a brand which fields an entrant in the Formula E championship and originates from China. Previewed in a detailed design sketch, the company’s electric supercar is set to be revealed in the flesh in November and soon after, will reach the production line in limited numbers.
Electrek reports that the unnamed model will pump out over 1,000 kW (1,360 hp) of power, putting it on par with the Rimac Concept S and within touching distance of the 1,500 hp Koenigsegg Regera. When combined with earth-shattering torque figures, NextEV’s supercar should accelerate to 62 mph (100 km/h) in well under 3 seconds.
As for the design of the vehicle itself, the pictured sketch reveals a sleek, two door design absent of any traditional wing mirrors. The model also appears to have gullwing doors and has a curved windscreen similar to those made famous by Koenigsegg.
It’s thought that once NextEV puts this model into production, it will launch a more affordable electric car, potentially one to rival the Tesla Model S.