Although the company has decided to present the back of the car, which had not been revealed so far, it has just given some hints on why it really has decided to share its technology. JJAD needs funding to test and produce the sportscar and is willing to cooperate with any British carmaker that can help it achieve that goal.
If it manages to get all the money it needs, the company will be able to develop an all-wheel-drive car able to run 370 km with a single full charge and to accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h in 2,9 s. It would also weight 1,055 kg and would cost 55,000 pounds. This is what P1-E is all about.
The new car is the masterpiece, so far, of Jim Dowle, a man that has already worked on supercars such as Mercedes-Benz SLR, Caparo T1 and McLaren F1. We expect P1-E to be nothing less than these other vehicles, apart from the fact it will not use a single drop of petrol.