Shock... horror? Finland’s first supercar is all-electric
Le Mans ambitions
An old saying in the rally world advises ‘if you want to win, hire a Finn’. It’s odd, then, that Finland is notably absent from the ever-growing list of European countries to make its own small-series supercar. Well, that’s about to change – and the 1MW is no off-the-shelf job, either. It’s the brainchild of Pasi Pennanen, who founded Toroidion in 2011 after 20 years of carrying out design duties for the likes of Zagato and Jaguar. Now, his ultimate goal is to produce an electric drive system that would prove competitive at the Le Mans 24 Hours.