The Spirra supercar will be launched this summer - nine years after the original concept was unveiled.
The Spirra is the first South Korean built supercar. It is rear-drive, mid-engined and its body is made from carbonfibre, which encloses a spaceframe. No weight for the car has been released.
It is powered by a Hyundai-sourced 2.7-litre petrol engine. It will be available in four configurations; the standard engine has 173bhp and 181lb ft of torque; alternatively it can be turbocharged to 325bhp and 347lb ft or 414bhp and 361lb ft; a twin turbo version offers 493bhp and 398lb ft.
It has a six-speed manual gearbox and the quickest version goes from 0-62mph in 3.5sec.
The Spirra has had a troubled birth. The initial concept was called the Proto Motors PS-II prototype. Proto Motors was then bought out by the Oullim Group and renamed Oullim Motors).