NextEV Previews Its Hypercar Ahead Of Next Week Debut

Posted: Nov 14 2016, 12:02pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 14 2016, 10:22pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

NextEV Previews its Hypercar Ahead of Next Week Debut
  • NextEV Hypercar Revealed by company
 

The electronic hypercar was revealed by the company, a week before its debut.

NextEV was keeping the cover on its new hypercar for a long time. The car is supposed to make its debut next week in London. However the hypercar was revealed officially in a picture by NextEV today.

The car was spotted testing in the UK one month prior that gave us an idea about its basic specs. However the recent shared image by company is about the finalized looks of this car and it looks simply amazing.

The hypercar will be officially revealed on 21st November this year in an official event in London. This car will be the first in line for a series of planned production cars by NextEV.

The profile of this hypercar has been raised a number of times since its first introduction in year 2014 at Formula E championship. It was previously shown in a sketch which appeared for the first time on Chinese social media.

This Chinese based vehicle company is headed by Martin Leach who was the former president of Ford. Leach died earlier this month however it looks like he had finalized the planning for this new NextEV Hypercar, according to AutoCar

He had said earlier that this car will have an electric powertrain and is developed in a formulation like that of a Formula E racing competition car.

The car will have the output of 1341bhp on the whole. This NextEV Hypercar is supposed to rival LaFerrari and McLaren P1. It will also be a rival to the one very much anticipated Aston Martin AM-RB 001. 

It is said that this NextEV Hypercar will have the ability to top 0-63mph in less than 3 seconds. It will have the top speed of 186mph. its price will be somewhere around 1 million pounds.  

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