When Rimac began teasing its next car late last year, we knew it would have some insane statistics.

After all, the Croation electric vehicle maker’s first car, the Concept One, made over 1,000 hp and 1,200 lb-ft of torque from its four electric motors. But the automaker’s second car, referred to as the ‘C_Two’ by the company, or Concept Two, will make the Concept One look downright slow.

The company today announced the C_Two will make 1,941 hp from its pure electric powertrain, which is a scary statistic considering the torque figure will probably be even higher. The supercar is also expected to feature a 120 kWh battery, which will give it a further range than the 205-mile capacity the Concept One had.

Unlike the Concept One, the C_Two could also be rather handy around a racetrack, with teaser images showing an aerodynamically optimized body and a sizable rear wing. Rimac also claims the C_Two will feature Level 4 autonomy.

A distributor for Rimac confirmed to us in December the C_Two has been in the works for a few years and was developed from the ground up entirely. It will be sold through a network of five retailers in the US, which are expected to be announced when the car debuts tomorrow. Currently, the only Rimac retailer in the US is New York’s Manhattan Motorcars.

Stay tuned for all the juicy details on the near-2,000 hp C_Two following its unveiling.

A version of this story originally appeared on AutoGuide.com.