But if that is too rich for your blood, or you don’t think you can handle the two grand in horsepower, Trion is going to offer a Nemesis N1-GT with a mere 1,400 horsepower. There will also be an open top model—both will be cheaper than the 2,000-horsepower model.
It might have an eye-catching design and a supremely high output (even in toned-down form), but could you really call the Nemesis a hypercar in 2015? The power is produced with rather crude means, compared to the hybrid drivetrains of cars like the Porsche 918, McLaren P1, and Ferrari LaFerrari. A modern hypercar is not just capable of incredible power and speed, but that speed is generated through a more refined method than what produced speed in the last century of the automobile.
But time will tell if this car actually becomes a running prototype, and if so, how it will hold up against these modern hypercars from around the world.