Well, this isn't a new limited edition Pagani Huayra but it is Chinese electric car and it's an actual production car. This EV is a Huayra rip-off and is designed by a 26-year old guy.
It is not an electric ‘supercar' and is classified as a low-speed electric vehicle that can only be used in the city. This car is one of the most interesting vehicles in the unofficial low-speed electric vehicle market.
According to a report by Car News China, the base version produces has a massive 4bhp and can attain a top speed of 40 km/h. The driving range is 80km on a single charge.
The producers also offer a more powerful version with more than double the power output of the standard version. The top-of-the-line model produces a mind-blowing 10bhp, with a top speed of 60km/h. The driving range also has increased to 100km.
The car weighs only 200kg and the body is made from fibreglass. The headlight and taillight design are obviously inspired by the Huayra. The model even has fake exhaust pipes at the rear.
The cabin of the car has a basic styling and has a totally plastic dashboard, a small touchscreen and a steering with no airbag.
The designer of the car, Liu Shengqi, had the dream to create sports cars for young people. For the development of this EV, he put all his money on the table and has convinced Shandong Qilu to put the Supercar into production. The car comes with a price tag of 38,000 yuan (Rs 3.7 lakh).
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