Chinese carmaker LVCHI is set to unveil its all-electric four-seater car, the Venere, at the Geneva motor show next month. The model, teased here in a set of two pictures, will be produced by the startup company.

Power comes from four electric motors to produce a combined output of over 1,000 PS. Each axle will get two electric motors, each drawing juice from a 100 kWh lithium ion battery pack. The car features a two-speed gearbox, also fitted on each axle. LVCHI claims that the Venere is capable of sprinting from 0 to 100 km/h in under three seconds, and its top speed is said to be over 250 km/h.

As for the car itself, it measures 5,118 mm long, making it 195 mm longer than the W213 Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Apparently, the Venere boasts a drag coefficient of 0.28 Cd, helping it achieve a range of 500 km (based on the New European Driving Cycle) on a full charge.

It’s designed by the Institute of Development in Automotive Engineering in Italy, and the bulk of its chassis is constructed from carbon-fibre. The entire car, along with the battery pack, weighs around 2,100 kg, or about 175 kg heavier than the Mercedes-Benz E 350 e. It also features two aluminium chassis supports that are attached to the front and rear electric motors.

According to the automaker, the Venere’s cabin will feature a touchscreen unit built into the tunnel between the driver and front passenger. This replaces the conventional rotary control, although it’s unclear at this point what the purpose of the screen is.

The Geneva debutant will be a production-ready example, but its official pricing and features remain to be seen. LVCHI was established two years ago in Shanghai and has a workforce of 400 employees, 75% of which is focused on research and development towards electric vehicles.