The J.M. Brabazon, so named after a famous British racing driver, comes with a carbon fiber monocoque chassis and a streamlined new design reminiscent of many modern day supercars.
Under the hood, the Brabazon sports a handsome twin-turbocharged V12 capable of top speed somewhere in the neighborhood of 400 km/h (248 mph). The car is set to feature a sequential transmission, a regenerative braking system and five different driving modes: normal, economy, sport, race and safe.
Minerva hasn't announced when the Brabazon will go on sale just yet, but expect to see it on display by the end of the year.