Fazer-Nash was long ago a famous British car maker and even though they are no longer building cars the company is still around searching for the next big thing which could get them back in everyone’s attention. The company started to develop hybrid drive systems and they teamed with one of the best car design companies in the world, Italdesign Giugiaro to make an extreme concept called Namir. They made a series hybrid drivetrain that uses an 814cc rotary engine which drives a generator. The generator charges a 400V lithium battery pack which feeds electrons to a the car’s electric motors at each axle and the car has 362 HP.

This hybrid system and the breathtaking aerodynamic design will make this car accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds and it should reach a top speed of over 300 km/h. This would make it the fastest hybrid car in the world and imagine you could reach incredible speeds with just 91.7 mpg fuel usage. Frazer-Nash, we think you might get back on top!

[Source: AutoBlog]