If that figure sounds somewhat familiar to you, that’s cause your brain recalls that a few months ago, Tesla introduced its new Roadster that will do the same 0 to 100 km/h run but a fraction slower at 1.9 seconds.

As if that isn’t impressive enough, the Miss R, as it’s strangely called even comes with off-road capabilities but what really makes XING Mobility’s Miss R a supercar lies in its numbers.

Weighing in at over 1,500 kg, not only can the Miss R silently creep to 200 km/h in a blistering 5.1 seconds but can also attain a top speed of over 270 km/h. The source? 4,116 lithium-ion cells generating a whopping 1,341 hp and 1,720 Nm of torque, with 250 km of electric driving range.

Developed in Taipei, Taiwan, the Miss R is fitted with an electric motor for each wheel, effectively making it an all-wheel drive vehicle, with torque vectoring.

The Miss R’s dual personality with on and off-road capabilities can be credited to its revolutionary Meteorological Damper valves which are independent on all four corners of the car. The dampers achieve extremely fast and precise damping responses using electromagnet fluid which allows 1,000 adjustments per second to accommodate the car’s stability, shock absorption and steering needs on both tarmac and gravel.

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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.