Everything Swedish supercar producer Koenigsegg does is fascinating, from its very own nutty hypercars to its new coordinated effort with Spyker. A year ago, Koenigsegg collaborated with Chinese automaker Qoros to introduce one of its sans cam Freevalve motors in a model vehicle, however at this point, their organization is broadening. Concurring toCar News China, Koenigsegg and Qoros are collaborating to make a big appearance an electric supercar idea at the current month’s Shanghai Auto Show.
Named either the “Super EV” or “9 QletriQ” contingent upon whose reports you accept, Car News China says this idea is a four-situate fastback worked around a carbon-fiber monocoque. This idea is said to quicken from 0-62 mph in 3.0 seconds and will have a 310-mile go. Tragically, those are the main solid particulars that have been accounted for up to this point.
In this way, we most likely won’t discover considerably more about this vehicle until it makes its official introduction in the not so distant future in Shanghai. While it’s misty if such a vehicle could ever achieve creation, considerably less the US, it’s still very intriguing. It proposes that Koenigsegg tech could in the long run channel its way down to a generation electric vehicle, which would be unquestionably cool.