The California based company that was responsible for the Ford Interceptor and the Kia GT4 Stinger has a new car up their sleeves, and it's a doozy. Meet the Aria Group and their new creation, the Aria FXE.
The Aria FXE was revealed at this year's LA Motor Show and has quite a bit of performance promised from its creators. The FXE will be packed with a 6.2L supercharged V8 to power the rear axle, and the front will feature an electric motor.
Put all that together for all-wheel drive and a rumored output of 1,150 HP and 1,316 LB/FT of torque. The gearbox will either be a seven or eight speed double clutch which, combined with everything else, will theoretically allow the FXE to hit 0-60 MPH in 3 seconds and a 220 MPH top speed.
The FXE will feature a monocoque chassis and body, which will be made mostly from carbon fiber. Any part requiring metal will be 3D printed. In total, the FXE is aiming for a weight of 1,565 KG.
In total, Aria is planning to build 400 of the FXE, including a "base" model without the electrified front end. Each car will be made to order, so no two will cost the same. Look for more info as we near the planned 2019 release!