Rimac Automobili Concept One electric supercar boasts 1,088 hp, lots of carbon fiber
No, they won't be offering the assembled journos a sub-three-second ride to 60 miles per hour in the Messe. Rather, we suspect the injuries to occur from sudden head turning and double takes. It's not every day you come face to fascia with a battery-powered supercar that makes 1088 horsepower and 2800 pound-feet of instantaneous torque that can take you up to 190 miles per hour before the computer steps in to bring you to your senses. Especially not one that's produced in a country with no automotive industry. Besides all that, if these teaser photos we got our little grubbies on are any indication, it's a stunner.
Check out the gallery and let us know if you think the looks will match up with its performance promise.
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