For the most part, without heavy aftermarket upgrades, supercars are typically road-only vehicles. And that’s fine, considering how much they have to offer when putting rubber to pavement. For the folks at Xing, however, that’s not quite good enough. And that’s why they took inspiration from off-road rally cars when building their Miss R all-electric supercar.
Headquartered out of Taiwan, Xing looks to be taking aim directly at Tesla, as the Miss R boasts an all-electric drivetrain capable of a whopping 1,341 horsepower — giving it a 0-62 time of 1.8 seconds, enough to knock your teeth into the back of your skull. It’s also said to have a top speed approaching 168 mph. But the most impressive part of this all-electric supercar is that it wasn’t made just for on-road driving. Rather, it boasts an off-road suspension and tires that allow it to take on terrain that would cause competitor vehicles to tremble in defeat. And, as Xing is gearing this bad boy up for possible competitions, they even made the battery packs hot-swappable in under five minutes. Only 20 vehicles are to be made in their initial run at a price of $1 million each. Production is expected to start by the end of this year.