In addition to regular super and hyper cars these days we are witnessing the appearance of more and more electric vehicles that are at the same time super and hyper. These limited edition pieces sound good, but they also have a downside. The electric supercars are usually a product of small start-up companies that don’t have the money or the resources to develop them fully let alone make them into serial production models.
In comparison, not even the already well-established manufacturer such as Tesla don’t have enough money to venture into this market (not yet at least). Despite the lack of funding, or lack of genuine interest from world’s famous electric cars manufacturer Spanish designer Xabier Albizu wasn’t demotivated. No, he wasn’t downed not a little bit, on the contrary, he took the liberty and designed potential Tesla’s electric supercar. A product of his imagination is eye-catching despite the fact that it’s not a product of Tesla engineers.
Code named Tesla EXP the car should feature four separate electric motors and independent torque vectoring system. This form is something apparently taken from Rimac Concept One. The features such as autonomous driving aided by a 360-degree camera system would be a must have in order to keep the car as safe as it can get and ahead of the competitors.
Looking at the exterior design, you will notice conventional Tesla appearance but also a set of cues borrowed from various supercars. The front fascia is the part of the car that is most Tesla-like. It in different aspects resembles the design of Model X and Model S. The only difference being a bit sportier, more aggressive look and lower stance. At the rear end, you will notice taillights in a shape of a bar which stretches across the entire width of the vehicle similar to the Bugatti Chiron. Also, you will see a spoiler, which is deployable, and a bold rear diffuser similar to the one that is featured on Jaguar C-C75.