The first electric supercar from China. The Aion Hyper SSR reaches 100 km/h in less than 2 seconds

Starting this autumn, the automotive world is proud of a new supercar with a whole stud of horsepower under the hood. It is about the GAC Aion Hyper SSR, the first electric supercar from China. At the end of this week, the first photos and official details were released related to this zero-emission supercar now launched on the Asian car market!

The GAC Aion Hyper SSR has been expected for more than two years in the automotive market, with the supercar we are introduced to today being first announced in 2020, when the Enpulse concept was presented. GAC is short for Guangzhou Auto Corporation, the fifth largest name in China’s auto scene.

The GAC Aion Hyper SSR supercar boasts 1,225 horsepower, and the announced performance figures sound pretty good, we have to admit. The car is offered to us by GAC in two configurations, both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The all-wheel drive version, named GAC Aion Hyper SSR Ultimate, promises acceleration from 0 to 96 km/h possible in just 1.9 seconds.

Prices start from less than 200,000 euros

The car looks extremely good on the outside, but the interior is also one of the big days. The Chinese from GAC equipped the supercar with an instrument panel with a screen with a diagonal of 8.8 inches, respectively with a central display with dimensions of 14.6 inches.

According to information announced at the time of launch, the rear-wheel drive version has a starting price of around 183,000 euros. The Aion Hyper SSR Ultimate version, with all-wheel drive, will start from around 240,000 euros. The car is not yet homologated outside of China, but it is very likely that GAC officials will start the process in this regard as soon as possible!

Source: Carscoops

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