It seems like electric supercar startups are appearing out of nowhere.

Earlier this year at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, Faraday Future showed off a 1,000-horsepower electric vehicle concept, but it isn’t the only one planning to compete in the electric supercar market. Dubuc Motors has announced that it will launch a car called the Tomahawk on an equity crowdfunding platform called StartEngine.

Although mechanical specifications on the Tomahawk are light, the 2+2 all-electric supercar claims to have a zero-to-60 mph time of three seconds and a top speed of 160 mph. On the outside is an “American look” featuring scissor doors and a panoramic roof, while the interior will boast a friendly touchscreen control panel, navigation, wireless connectivity and hands-free voice-activated commands.

According to Dubuc Motors, the Tomahawk will be built on an aluminum tube and monocoque chassis with an all-aluminum construction. A total of four motors will power the front and rear, making the electric supercar all-wheel drive. It will also have adjustable air suspension. Learn more about the Tomahawk by watching the video below.

“Nearly 15 years ago, we decided to combine our automotive passion with a stubborn belief that a cleaner and more viable way of producing cars was possible. Our commitment and dedication through exhaustive R&D and numerous prototypes have led us here today. The Tomahawk embodies ingenuity and furthermore is a great vehicle to drive and promote our engagement towards sustainable development”, said Mike Kakogiannakis, co-­founder of Dubuc Motors.

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