China’s LVCHI To Debut 992-HP Electric Sedan In Geneva

At next month’s Geneva Motor Show, another newly-formed automaker will unveil an all-electric four-seater delivering roughly 1000 hp.

Dubbed the Venere, the car will utilize two electric motors on each axle receiving juice from a 100 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. Thanks to precisely 992 hp, the Venere will reportedly reach 62 mph in under three seconds and top out at in excess of 155 mph (250 km/h).

The car will also be an absolute monster. In fact, it will measure 5118 mm and is the work of the Institute of Development in Automotive Engineering in Italy. Extensive use of carbon fiber will help to ensure the vehicle weighs a respectable 2100 kg.

Teased in these two images, we can see that the Venere will have quite a sleek and appealing design with LED headlights and taillights.

If you want to see more of what the Geneva Motor Show has in store for us, click here for Carscoops’ A-to-Z of all the cars heading to Switzerland.

  • Bo Hanan

    I hope they have a different logo for the brand. The one in the illustration looks like its from a Saturday morning kids show.

    • Six_Tymes

      I agree, but that is the logo and they wont be changing it any time soon. Maybe they grew up watching transformers among other tv kids shows. I do find it weird that they cant design a logo that is more serious, and original.

  • caddy45

    So is this a Chinese car brand? Or is it just backed by Chinese funding a la Volvo?

    “China’s LVCHI To Debut 992-HP Electric Sedan In Geneva”
    “…is the work of the Institute of Development in Automotive Engineering in Italy”

    • Every single Chinese car aimed for first world, give some famous name or company money to develop a car.

      And then we still waiting for Qoros and Borgward.

  • SHOULD BE INTERESTING.

  • Totz

    whoever backed it up it is still a Chinese car brand company… just like Nissan being acquired by Renault and it is still a Japanese car

  • Yet another nameless Chinese cars, promise to bring a lot. Like seriously, just gave me one example.

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