The brand new SP-200 SIN has been officially unveiled by PSC Motors and it sounds pretty impressive on paper, a true rival for the replacement of the Bugatti Veyron.
Just a few hours ago, we have been talking about the SP-200 SIN here and now the model in question is being placed into the spotlights once again as the car manufacturer has officially pulled the wraps off its body. The impressive ride will probably become the fastest road-legal vehicle money can buy and this can only mean trouble for models such as the Koenigsegg One:1 or the Bugatti Veyron (Chiron successor) and we won’t even start bringing the trio of hybrid supercars into the talk.
The new PSC Motors SP-200 SIN is one of the fastest vehicles on the planet, if not THE fastest, and it has a 9.0 liter twin turbocharged V8 engine under its hood, which is capable of putting down no less than 1,650 HP (1,214 kW). This is backed up by an electric motor which is adding an extra 750 HP (552 kW) and the total output claimed by the megacar stands at 2,400 HP (1765 kW), from the previously announced 1,700 HP (1,250 kW). The unit is sending power to the rear wheels through an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission with 5 adjustable driving modes. The carmaker is saying that the vehicle can be driven on electric power alone for up to 96 km (60 miles) and that the 1,700 kg (3,750) weighing megacar needs 2.6s to reach 96 km/h (60 mph). The top speed of this should stand somewhere at 450 (280 mph).