Not too often do we see a new startup company jump into the competitive world of exotic supercars and make a splash, but that’s exactly what PSC Motors is trying to do. A local Las Vegas exotic car company, PSC Motors, appears poised and determined to break into a world dominated by European companies with decades of experience. Their first production car, the aptly named SIN, looks (and we suspect feels) like a force of car nature to reckon with.
As the debut production vehicle from Las Vegas exotic car company, PSC Motors’ SP-200 SIN packs some unfathomably powerful specs under the hood.
This eight-speed Las Vegas-made exotic car that moonlights as a plug-in hybrid supercar, the SP-200’s massive 9.0L V8 electric motor hauls the monstrous 1700+ horsepower. With acceleration that takes this beast from 0-60 miles per hour in 2.8 seconds and an absolutely mind-boggling top speed of 280 miles per hour, this beast makes it clear that she’s not messing around and aims to misbehave.
Amazingly enough, with all that power under the hood, the PSC Motors SP-200 SIN weighs in at an astonishingly light 3,080 pounds. For a comparison, Ferrari’s, Laferrari weighs in at 3,495 pounds, nearly 500 pounds heavier. This puts the Las Vegas exotic car from PSC Motors in the same class as British manufacturer, McLaren, in terms of lightweight supercars.
Only time will tell if the PSC Motors SP-200 SIN will be a success, but for right now, we can only salivate at the idea of being in control of that much power. If it does turn out to be a hit, who knows, we might see it on the track at SPEEDVEGAS one day.