Thanks to a carbon fiber chassis that weighs 70% less than steel,the Nio EP9 Electric Supercar is now the world’s fastest, complete with a powertrain delivering one megawatt of power to the wheels, or 1,342-horsepower. It also comes equipped with four individual gearboxes and massive, enabling it to go from 0-124 mph in a mere 7.1-seconds, while topping out at 195 mph. To keep the chassis planted, a three-position active wing system gives the EP9 twice the downforce of an F1 car. Inside, you’re greeted with an all-digital cockpit comprised of multiple screens to keep technical info available at a glance. The company recently took the vehicle to Nurburgring in Germany, where it posted an EV record-setting lap of just 7 minutes and 05.12 seconds. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of someone using Apple’s $300 book as a bulletproof vest.