After a teaser published in February, Finnish specialty marque Toroidion has unveiled the 1MW electric concept at 2015 Top Marques Monaco.

After a teaser published in February, Finnish specialty marque Toroidion has unveiled the 1MW electric concept at 2015 Top Marques Monaco.

The retro-styled fully electric supercar with gullwing doors comes from Finland and promises to offer 1,341 bhp (1,000 kW), hence the “1MW” designation. Other details are scarce at the moment, but on the company's website we found out the vehicle will have high-performance lightweight batteries with rapid swap capabilities.

Matching the output of the Koenigsegg One:1, the Toroidion 1MW is a hand-built concept that promises to offer "scalable performance" and was built with lightweight components. The company says it's fully street-legal and has been designed, developed and built entirely in Finland.

The startup was established back in 2011 by Pasi Pennanen with the bold objective of developing an all-new electric powertrain suitable for the Le Mans 24-hour endurance race. They are probably envisioning a racecar with hot swap batteries just like this 1MW concept.

More details will be revealed about the "innovative patented powertrain and lightweight concept car" after conducting a series of tests.

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Toroidion 1MW concept electrifies Top Marques Monaco with 1,341 bhp