We hadn’t heard much about Taiwan’s Xing Mobility so we enjoyed this brief look at the making of their 1 Megawatt rally-inspired supercar.
Pretty it isn’t. However that may be a direct result of being form over function given the founders objectiv of being a supercar taking on both pavement and gravel. According to reports the Xing Mobility has been testing its electric supercar for more than a year now.
The claimed specifications are certainly impressive. How about an in-house developed 1,341-horsepower (1,000-kilowatt) electric powertrain. That sort of power is said to propel the car to 100km/h (62 miles per hour) in just 1.8 seconds – besting the new Tesla Roadster. – and on to 124 mph (200 kmh) in just 5.1 seconds. But the company promises that the technology was made for more than just supercars.