Here's a crazy supercar concept by Taiwanese Xing Mobility called the Miss R. It will feature a 1,000-kilowatt power, that's equivalent to about 1,341-horsepower.
Specifically intended to be an on-road/off-road vehicle with performance and reliability being the core values, the Miss R sets a unique trend left to be followed after.
Using four-wheel torque vectoring, the Miss R promises to accelerate from 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in just 1.8 seconds, which would see it pipping the 2020 Tesla Roadster by a 10th of a second and absolutely annihilating anything short of a purpose-built dragster from the internal combustion world.
Reaching 200 km/h (124 mph) will take about 5.1 seconds, which is how long it takes last year's Maserati Quattroporte to reach half that speed, and Miss R is expected to have a top speed between 270 and 300 km/h (168 and 186 mph).
Heat becomes a huge issue in ultra high-performance electrics, and Xing has safeguarded its battery packs from overheating using an unique liquid cooling system. Xing has created Lego-like stackable modules each containing 42 lithium-ion cells and packed 98 of them into the car for a total of 4,116 cells. All of these are immersed in 3M's Novec 7200 engineering fluid, which is totally non-conductive, great for heat transfer and also happens to suppress fire.