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Keeping with the snake theme, how does an electric Cobra with 1,500 lb-ft (2,034 Nm) sound—other than potentially terrifying? Superformance has been Cobras for quite some time now, but this might be the first time the company has made one without a V8 heart.
In much the same way as Carroll Shelby transplanted a Ford V8 into an AC Ace roadster in 1962, Superformance has now transplanted a Tesla drive unit to power the rear wheels. If that sounds like not enough torque for you, take heart in the knowledge that Superformance is also evaluating an all-wheel drive variant with two Tesla drive units, one for each axle.