Artega Scalo Superelletra EV Walks Into Geneva 2017 With 1,200 HP

And very, very familiar styling cues

Artega might have tried to dress the Scalo Superelletra to impress in Geneva, but some of the electric hypercar's styling cues are fooling anyone. And no, the name is not inspired by Carmen Electra.

Yes, we're talking about the rear end, a plain mirroring of Lotus models, maybe with a hint of McLaren F1. Speaking of the devil, Artega's Scalo Superelletra's interior revolves around a central driver's seat, followed by other two seats in the back.

We also know by now you'll want us to delve into the spec sheet, so here we go. Four electric motors – two on each axle – power the Superelletra from 0 to 60 mph (0 to 96 km/h) in 2.7 seconds and to a top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h).

Torque is still undisclosed, but motor1 points out that AutoExpress claims the amount of twist delivered instantly lurks in the region of 1,620 Nm (1,194 lb-ft).

The tech info provided by Artega also tells us that the Scalo Superelletra can also go for 310 miles (500 km) on a single charge thanks to a Li-ion battery pack. No word on pricing yet, but expect a six, maybe seven-figure tag.