An exciting 671-hp Finnish supercar to look forward to
This is the Tritium, a 671-hp all-electric supercar from Finland, and there's actually a very good reason why we should all be looking forward to seeing it in person. That's because, if everything goes according to plan, the Tritium is going to be unveiled at the upcoming Top Marques Monaco supercar show, set to take place next June at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
As things stand, Top Marques is confirmed. We all know the situation is fluid but there's no point worrying about things we can't control. So let's just talk about the car. Tritium Automotive says this is the "most customizable supercar in the world" because every element of the car be styled and altered upon customer request, within reason, and while most supercar manufacturer give you colour and material options, Tritium is going to go the extra mile to make sure customers can design their dream car and change shape and size of the body work by selecting different types of easy-to-replace body panels. Only 11 units are going to be built, each with the same basic structure because they're all going to be built using the same carbon composite chassis.
The Tritium is going to be powered by an all-electric powertrain capable of 671 hp and 186 miles of range. The company hasn't said anything more for now, and they've also been quite cryptic about the interior. All we know is they've employed the best "craftsman in the their field, from luxury yacht interiors and UX design". Regardless of when and where the car is going to be showcased, we'll definitely know more about it in the upcoming months.
The Tritium should come with a price tag of around $1.2m, which is a lot, but then again they're only going to build 11 of them, so I don't think they'll struggle to find buyers.
Let's just wait and see what happens next, stay safe.