While we’ll have to wait until Montreal’s Formula 1 weekend in June before the wraps come off the Quebec-based company’s prototype.
With a 12 kWh lithium polymer battery supplying the juice for its liquid-cooled, three-phase AC induction motor, with up to 185 miles (300 km) on a charge.
High-end suspension and brake components bring you safely to quick stop.
It uses an integrated GPS to dish out the energy in a way that ensures you reach the destination.
The price $44,080 U.S. .