Delage revealed a new hybrid supercar and stated that it is the fastest street-legal supercar. In terms of designing, the new Delage D12 inspired by open-wheel F1 cars. On the front there is a large front splitter, probably made out of carbon fiber, that looks like a racing car. While the wheels are also separated from the body like F1 cars but they are covers with some sort of fenders. Other design highlights are canopy cabin, like fighter jets, rear wing, side vents, LED lights and carbon fiber wheels.
Unlike a race car, Delage D12 can carry two passengers. Under the hood, there is a 7.6-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine connected to an electric motor and 8-speed automatic transmission. The combined power is 1,100 hp. Delage will build the D12 in two versions called GT and Club.
The club is more city-friendly because it uses a small extra electric motor with 20 hp of power. This electric motor enables the Club to drive on full EV mode in the city traffic. Although the Club has less power than the GT as it can pump out 1010 hp, it is also 90 kg lighter and weighs only 1310 kg.
The company will build only 30 examples of the D12 and it is expected to break the Nurburgring Nordschleife lap record.
Each unit costs about $2.3 million.