Taiwanese manufacturer to build 1,322bhp electric supercar
Taiwanese manufacturer Xing Mobility has unveiled its newest project, the 'Miss R'.
The firm's official website has limited information regarding the car, as well as an assortment of renderings that show the vehicle it refers to as the "World's first electric supercar with on-track and off road capabilities".
The site goes on to state that the Miss R will feature a "state-of-the-art liquid-cooled battery pack" providing power 4 high power-density motors with one megawatt – or 1,322BHP – on tap.
Perhaps wisely, the company is careful to stipulate that these figures are estimations.
The most curious of all the specs is probably Xing's desire to make the car off-road and on-road ready. According to the video above, it appears that the Miss R will come with Dakar Rally-spec tyres for off-road use, as well as Michelin's asphalt rally tyres as used in the World Rally Championship.
Whether or not this car will see the light of day, we can only speculate. However, if it does so, and matches the bold specifications set for it, it will certainly make for a memorable drive.