Renowned for building sports cars in the past, the Brits from Frazer-Nash shifted their interest by putting all their efforts into developing hybrid drive systems. And although they’re not building cars anymore, together with the Italian designers from Giugiaro the new Namir was born. Fast and agile as a tiger (Namir in Arabic), the concept has been unveiled at this year’s Salon in Geneva as a green supercar and claims the title for the “fastest hybrid in the world. With power coming from two electric engines, a large 400V lithium polymer battery and an 800cc gasoline rotary engine that works as a generator, Namir manages to output nothing less than 370 hp – enough to take it 0 to 100km/h in just 3.7 seconds and to 200km/h in a mere 10.4 seconds. With a top speed of 300 km/h we can only imagine what an experience it would be to drive that one.