Following last week's preview, PSC Motors has released additional renders of the SP-200 SIN supercar.

Following last week's preview, PSC Motors has released additional renders of the SP-200 SIN supercar.

Responsible for the attached digital illustrations is 15-year-old Jennarong Muengtaweepongsa (aka VanaticalDesign) from Bangkok who recently rendered an Aston Martin DB11 concept. They say it's more than just for show as the SP-200 SIN will enter production next year and only 35 units will be assembled at a yet undisclosed price tag.

Looking very impressive for a 15-year-old's work, the SP-200 SIN has been envisioned with a sleek body boasting dual LED fog lights mounted in the center of the front bumper which also has dual intakes on its sides, sitting just below the full LED headlights. Those slim side mirrors will be replaced with more conventional units if the SP-200 SIN will ever reach the production line while the roof is made from carbon fiber. It also has some massive side and rear vents while the back holds a massive diffuser, two circular exhaust tips and automatically retractable spoiler.

Oddly enough, last week's preview indicated a 1,700 bhp (1,268 kW) hybrid output but now PSC Motors says the SP-200 SIN will have 1,650 bhp (1,230 kW) generated solely by a huge twin-turbo 9.0-liter V8 engine. There's no word about performances of the 1,400 kg supercar but last week we heard it will hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in 2.8 seconds and top out at more than 280 mph (450 km/h).

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PSC Motors SP-200 SIN more renders released; designed by a 15-year-old