British sports car manufacturer Apex will reveal a new electric supercar on Friday in London.
Following the launch of Apex’s debut model in 2019, the 620kg, 400bhp AP-1, the AP-O is the firm’s first all-electric sports car. Apex claimed the AP-0 weighs 1200kg - significantly lower than the majority of electric sports cars - thanks to the use of a pure carbonfibre tub at its core.
Performance figures are unconfirmed, but the company said the AP-0 will offer “rapid acceleration”, as well as “superior agility, outstanding handling and exceptional cornering ability”. The AP-1 can crack the 0-62mph sprint in well under three seconds and has a top speed of 174mph.
A preview sketch gives little away, but it appears the AP-0 will sport a heavily angled front end, bonnet-mounted mirrors and a centrally mounted, sharkfin-style carbonfibre wing.