The world of supercars is going electric.
Case in point, the McLaren Artura: The latest from the UK supercar manufacturer is a hybrid, and is the future of McLaren. All future designs will also be either hybrid or all-electric. On the Artura, the plug-in-hybrid system adds 96 horses and 166 pound-feet.
Other hybrid supercars include Ferrari 296 GTB and the Porsche Panamera 4 e-Hybrid; the all electrics supercars include Rimac Nevera, Audi E-Tron GT, NIO EP9, Lotus Evija, Piëch Automotive Mark Zero, Elextra Cars, and the Rimac C-Two.
The specs are impressive:
3.0L Twin-Turbo V6 Plug-in Hybrid
671 bhp; 531lb-ft Torque
50 mpg (highway)
Top speed 205MPH
Superformed aluminum and carbon-fiber body panels
8-Speed SSG with electronic locking differential Rear-Wheel Drive
There are endless options to configure it exactly as you like. Starting price $225,000.