It seems like everyone is out to make a fast electric vehicle (EV) these days, and here’s another one. This is the Elextra, a concept EV from Classic Factory – a firm based in Switzerland – and it has all the big numbers you’d expect.

With a total system output of 680 hp, the Elextra will accelerate from a standstill to 100 km/h in just 2.3 seconds. That is quicker than the Nio EP9 (2.7 seconds), Porsche Mission E concept (3.5 seconds) and Tesla Model S P100D. The top speed will be limited to 250 km/h.

The drivetrain consists of two electric motors, one on each axle to provide all-wheel drive. A control system distributes torque independently to the front and rear wheels to ensure maximum traction in various conditions.

The company also claims the Elextra can provide a range of up to 600 km when travelling at a speed of 100 km/h, although it did not reveal any specifications relating to the four-door, four-seater car’s battery pack.

What we do know is the Elextra will have stiff and extremely strong carbon-fibre tub along with a body shell made of the same material. The benefit is obviously weight savings, which is claimed to be 25% less than conventional aluminium constructions.

As for the styling, the Elextra’s front features a steeply angled bonnet, flanked by slim headlights. Moving on, the EV also sports a wide stance to it, along with a long and relatively low roofline that includes a V-shaped wing.

Production will be limited to just 100 units, each hand-built near Stuttgart, Germany by an unnamed company specialising in low-volume vehicle manufacturing.