Hispano Suiza introduced its first production car in over 70 years at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show. The Carmen is an all-electric hypercar that extensively uses carbon fiber for the monocoque chassis, eleven body panels, and nearly everything else, where at all possible. This helps the Carmen weigh in at 3,726 pounds — a relative lightweight in the electric car world. A 700 cell lithium-ion battery pack powers each rear wheel for a total of 1,019 horsepower, a 0-62 time of less than three seconds, and a limited top speed of 155 MPH. The interior is handcrafted at Hispano Suiza's Barcelona factory, using leather and Alcantara for the seating surfaces and aluminum and carbon fiber trim. Each of the 19 buyers can even choose their own perfume for the interior if that new car smell isn't enough. Hispano Suiza has designed the Carmen to be upgradeable as technology improves, keeping the Carmen relevant even after its production run ends.