Slovenia may not be the first name that comes to mind, but Aljoša Tušek is determined to change that perception. The former racecar driver and his company, Tushek, have recently unveiled the Aeon, a pair of electrified hypercars designed to not just compete but to “dominate” the hypercar market. Tushek's ambitious project offers two distinct powertrain options, both boasting impressive power-to-weight ratios.
The Aeon E represents the all-electric variant, with a staggering power output exceeding 2,500 horsepower (1,864 kW/2,535 PS). What's equally impressive is its relatively lightweight construction, tipping the scales at 3,527 pounds (1,600 kg), resulting in a remarkable power-to-weight ratio of 1.7:1.
On the other hand, the Aeon H combines a V8 engine with an electric motor to create a plug-in hybrid powertrain. While it offers nearly 600 fewer horsepower than its all-electric counterpart, it still delivers an impressive 1,930 horsepower (1,439 kW/1,957 PS). Notably, it achieves an even better power-to-weight ratio of 1.3:1, owing to its lighter weight of 3,263 pounds (1,480 kg).
Details regarding the Aeon's “groundbreaking aerodynamics” and additional performance specifications are expected to be revealed in the coming weeks. Inside, Tushek aims to provide a personalized experience for each buyer, setting the Aeon apart in the hypercar world.
“Aeon heralds a new dawn in hypercar production, with personalization at the forefront. Each vehicle is individually tailored to its owner to create an unparalleled bond,” Tušek stated. “Our launch concept allows customers to fully customize the interior of the vehicle. This sets us apart from other suppliers worldwide and ensures that each vehicle is truly unique.”
This isn't Tushek's first foray into supercar manufacturing; they previously produced and sold the TS 900, a 937-horsepower (698 kW/950 PS) marvel capable of reaching 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 2.7 seconds. With the Aeon, Tushek is undoubtedly aiming to surpass their previous achievements.
The Aeon is slated as a limited edition model, and Tushek plans to announce its production schedule at a later date.