The Qoros K-EV concept has been revealed this week ahead of its debut at next week's Shanghai motor show, giving us a first glimpse of the electric supercar.
Developed in partnership with Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg, the K-EV is the latest product of the collaboration between the two companies, and is said to feature a similar transmission-less all-wheel drive plug-in hybrid system as the Regera hypercar.
Following the blurry teaser images revealed last week, the single image of the K-EV (top) shows a very futuristic and modern design, with upright LED headlights, large alloy wheels, and long gullwing-style doors (depicted in the teaser image below).
It's still unknown what exactly powers the K-EV, while outputs and performance claims still remain a mystery.
According to Qoros, the use of Koenigsegg's existing electric drive system "opens the possibility for mass production in the near future", with the Chinese company aiming to put the K-EV into production as soon as 2019.
Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage of the 2017 Shanghai motor show.