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Trevor Collett | May, 30 2015 | 5 Comments

A new carmaker from Las Vegas has teased its first model ahead of an official unveiling next month.

The new outfit is called PSC Motors - and it’s going all out on the first model by building a supercar called the SP-200 SIN.

The SP-200 SIN’s power output, if you can believe it, is touted to be 1700 horsepower (1268kW).

So it’s safely in supercar territory there, but a predicted 0-100km/h time of 2.8 seconds and a top speed beyond 445km/h would surely bump it up to hypercar status.

While those may seem like improbable numbers, they're perhaps plausible when you consider the powerplant is no less than a 783kW 9.0 litre V8 matched with a single 485kW electric motor.

The car is a range-extended plug-in hybrid, which boasts an electric-only range of around 48km. Recharging can be done at home, at via the V8 petrol engine while the car is underway.

The powerplant is mid-mounted, with drive going to the rear wheels only via an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

The SP-200 SIN’s weight is 1411kg, thanks in part to a combined aluminium and carbon-fibre construction.

PSC Motors says it has been working on the SP-200 SIN for five years, with a design that pays tribute to some of the world’s great supercars.

The SP-200 SIN will first be unveiled in concept form, with a production version set to follow in 2016. Stay tuned to TMR for more.

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