The Chinese electric supercar has been caught showing off its credentials while doing rounds on the legendary Nurburgring Nordschleife in Germany.
The startup Chinese automaker NextEV has been touting its proposed 1 MegaWatt electric hypercar with renderings and sketches for quite some time – and we learned it wasn’t vaporware not long ago when the supercar was spied testing at an unknown track in the United Kingdom. It appears the testing procedures were wrapped there because we now have an even better look at the model courtesy of some spy footage taken at the Nurburgring. The short clip is a good preview of the 1 MegaWatt supercar’s futuristic design and electric powertrain – with the model apparently doing the rounds for some promotional footage that may very well reach the upcoming launch pack.
As we can clearly see, the supercar credentials are there – low center of gravity, aggressive front, huge rear wing. The most quirky features belong to the rear three-quarters and side panels, though – but most importantly the model is expected to have a 1,360 horsepower (1,014 kilowatts) powertrain. That would enable a 62 mph (100 km/h) time of less than three seconds, while the maximum speed will reach 186 mph (300 km/h). Pricing will be extremely exclusive at around one million dollars a pop and exclusivity is ensured by the proposed production run of just six cars.