A carbon fiber (Lotus) body with 201 horsepower and 166 lb-ft of torque. Acceleration of 3.7 seconds to 62 mph. A top speed of 155 mph. A range of more than 180 miles. All in a car built in Detroit with a 30,000 mile warranty. This is the Detroit Electric SP:01.
It seems like everybody is using Lotuses to make the fastest cars in the world. Hennessey powers his version with a twin-turbocharged LS9 V8, while Detroit Electric replaces the V6 with an "innovative powertrain that creates an electromagnetic field around the rotor shaft, which then spins at varying speeds to drive the wheels." Detroit magic.