Coupled to a low curb weight, the production C-X75 is expected to break the 3-second barrier for its 0-60 run and top over 200 mph - all from an engine no bigger than you'd expect to find in a small hatchback. On battery power alone (without spooling up the high-strung engine), it is still expected to be able to run 0-60 in six seconds flat. Still in the development phase, it may be too early to say when the production version will be ready. But when it does, it will square off against the Porsche
918 Spyder and the successors to the Ferrari
Enzo and McLaren
F1 - each of which will also employ hybrid assists to reach similar power and performance figures.