Electric Cars are future and Tesla, Mercedes Benz, and some other companies announced or revealed Electric trucks. But Taiwanese electric automobile startup Xing Mobility don’t have interest in just the on-road all-electric car, Xing Mobility recently rendered off-road car. Sorry, Supercar!!

Xing Mobility has the concept of this off-road supercar while it is skinless. With this vehicle, Xing Mobility seems to create the rival of Tesla Roadster because of its promising quicker acceleration. Xing also announced that it will have 1 megawatt (1341 horsepower) which generates from Liquid-Cooled battery pack powers 4 high power-density motors and top speed further on 270 kph (168 mph) and 0-60 mph in less than 2 seconds, it is making it supercar and Tesla Roadster rival because it is all electric.

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As Xing Mobility projected vehicle’s performance metrics,

  • 0-100 km/h: 1.8 seconds
  • 0-200 km/h: 5.1 seconds
  • Max. speed: 270km/h (168 mph) (its still not decided)
  • range: 250 km(155 miles) per battery pack

This supercar’s weight is just 1,500 kg and 2950 mm wheelbase does not seem for any supercar but it has a ridiculous powerful electric engine. MISS R is currently not available in the market but it is undergoing testings, the company just revealed its prototype and it is experiments some things including that huge power boost.

Biggest key feature about MISS R is that its first all-electric offroad ability car. But it is not expectable to see the electric off-road car with such a ridiculous power because it might be menacing in some situations. So actually MiSS R is designed for the road, off-road and track.

It is called Tesla rival but the reality is it is much more expensive than Tesla and will be in limited numbers. As Xing Mobility mentioned MISS R will be limited to 20 cars at a price of US$1 million and production might start in 2019 but it is not sure that it will be available before 2020.