Say hello to the 'Estrema Fulminea', a 2,040 HP Italian Electric Hypercar
And it only weighs 3,307 lbs (1,507 kg)
This is the Estrema Fulminea, Italian for 'Extreme Lightning Fast', and it is a 2,000-hp electric hypercar built in Italy by a company that was founded by Gianfranco Pizzuto, former shareholder and distributor of Fisker in Europe.
Unlike most electric hypercars, the Fulminea combines solid-state cells (at the rear) and ultra-capacitors (at the front). Unlike lithium-ion batteries which use liquid electrolytes, solid-state batteries use solid electrodes and electrolyte.
Estrema says this technological feature allows them to use a 100 kWh battery pack with higher energy density (540 Wh/kg), thus resulting in a car that's lighter (1,507 kg) even though the battery pack is bigger.
The four-motor powertrain enables the Fulminea to accelerate from 0 to 200 mph in under 10 seconds. The range (WLTP) is 323 miles. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in the second half of 2023.