Made by Chinese startup Youxia Motors, this is their version of an all-electeric car, dubbed the Youxia X. It looks mostly like a Model S, down to the touchscreen center console and retracting door handles. They also stole bits and pieces from Lexus, Audi, and Maserati, just so they cover enough ground.
The Youxia X will sprot an LCD grille which lights up like Knight Rider's K.I.T.T. and will run off Android 5.1, which will be called KITT OS.
It claims to have an acceleration from 0-100km/h in 5.6 seconds and is powered by a 348-horsepower electric motor with the option of a 40 kWh, 60kWh, or 85kWh battery.
Production will begin in late 2016, with deliveries set in 2017, ahead of te Tesla Model 3 launch date.
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