Spanish automaker Hispano Suiza has released visuals of its upcoming electric hypercar that is said to be debuted at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show. The model is the epitome of retro elegance as it mixes old-fashion vibes with contemporary cutting-edge technology. The nostalgic factor will go a long way in capturing the attention of consumers.
The car borrows its iconic silhouette from the 1930s era — more precisely, it will draw inspiration from Dubonnet Xenia's pre-war era design from 1938. Hispano Suiza will build the vehicle from carbon fiber monocoque chassis and its operation will rely on QEV technologies.
The electric hypercar will be released in extremely limited quantities — 19, to be exact, which will definitely drive the interest of consumers. The soon-to-be-debuted car is assembled by hand in Barcelona.