Austro Daimler began as a subsidiary of the company that would go on to become Mercedes-Benz in 1899, and made its last car in 1934. Now the company has been reborn with a hybrid-powertrain, all-wheel-drive shooting brake with eyebrow-raising specs. The Bergmeister ADR 630 Shooting Grand uses an inline-six appropriately sourced from Mercedes-Benz, coupled with three electric motors that each make 271 horsepower and a and a 55 kWh battery pack. The combined output of 1,181 horsepower with a total weight of 3,638 pounds means a claimed 0-60 time of 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 205 MPH. The electric-only mode will take you 155 miles, while a total range of 620 miles can be done in the most economical modes — and there are 30 to choose from. The exterior is as impressive as the numbers, with a double-bubble roof, gullwing doors, and front-hinged clip.