Tecnica is a small Italian automotive manufacturer with a big dream. They have tasked themselves with the goal to build an 800 horsepower all-electric supercar (named the Lavinia), which could supposedly bump the 60 mph notch in just 3.5-seconds. They also plan for its electric motors to have the capability to carry the car to 187 mph, and have a long-distance range of 180 miles per charge. To an electric vehicle (EV) these claims are somewhat of a big deal.
However, as respectable as these numbers may be, their biggest task will be to build a supercar that will have a customer, financial stability, and a reasonable cost for what you get. Technica has made it to the first stage of the game, which is designing a digital prototype that looks good enough to put on your screen and consider what it might be like to drive.
This is possibly what you are doing right now. Either that, or staring at it wondering which would be uglier between this Tecnica Lavinia or Gumpert Apollo. At this point, the company has about six months to produce a somewhat functional model, of which they plan to debut at the Top Marques show in Monaco on April 16-19, 2015.