This is the CH Auto Aculein, China’s first ever supercar.
CH Auto is a Chinese design studio in the mould of Pininfarina; the company employs more than 300 people and the Aculein is the work of its chief designer, Wang Bisen.
The Aculein – which has more than a hint of Ferrari 599 to it – is named after the poisonous tip of a scorpion’s tail.
It uses BMW 6-series running gear given to them by the German firm and is powered by a BMW 4.8-litre V8 producing 367bhp and 361lb ft of torque. It can get from 0-62mph in just 5.2sec and go on to reach a top speed of 167mph.