Sleek and stylish, the Delage D12 hybrid hypercar is a cross between an F1 car and fighter jet. It’s priced from $2.3-million USD and the top-end GT (3,086 lb) variant is powered by a 7.6L V12 engine, paired with an electric motor, that generates a combined 1100 hp and 794 lb-ft of torque, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission.
A lighter D12 Club (2,888 lb) variant is also offered, but with slightly less power at 1,010 hp, but still mated to the same 8-speed automatic transmission. The France-based company is planning a production run of 30-units worldwide, with just 9-units headed to the US next year. Unfortunately, those heading stateside will have to be registered as a ‘show or display’ vehicle, which means it can only be driven no more than 2,500-miles in a 12-month period. When hypercar meets electric aircraft, you get Urban eVTOL’s Leo Coupe.
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The whole being intended to arouse a very strong visual emotion, while demonstrating an exceptional aerodynamic efficiency, the D12 generating twice more downforce than any other supercar or street-legal hypercar,” said the company.