It may look like Kinder’s started popping toy Batmobiles in its eggs, but this dinky device apparently beats a Chiron to 186mph – with turbines in place of a rear wing. The stats on the prototype are promising, and daft – think around 1,000kg, and around 1,000 electrically powered horses to move it. What’s even more promising (and perhaps equally as daft) is there’s a one-make series of these being touted. We’re sold. Adorable madness.
There’s plenty to scramble your brain and get your head around, so allow Top Gear Magazine’s Ollie Kew to walk you around this weird and wacky thing. And apologies for the sound. The person in charge of that is now on tea-making duties. Forever.
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