Among all the high-profile introductions at the LA Auto Show, the Aria Group took the wraps off of their new FXE Hybrid. They have patented several composite technologies, which have allowed them to make one-piece carbon fiber bodies for Singer Porsche, Ford’s GR-1 concept, and even the Kia GT4 Stinger.
A proprietary process that they won’t comment on is used to form the FXE, and it will be powered by a mid-mounted Corvette 6.2 liter V8. Rated at 720 horsepower, the headache is finding a dual-clutch transmission that doesn’t explode when pushed. Up front are two AC motors that also work as generators to charge a 10 kWh battery. Combined output is rated at 1,150 horsepower and 1,316 lb-ft of torque. A total production run of 400 cars is expected to last a few years, so stay tuned for updates on this new American hypercar.