The First Italian Electric Hypercar. 4 Electric Motors. Total Peak Power 1,5 MW. An Innovative Hybrid Battery Pack. Li‐Ion Cells paired with Ultra‐capacitors. High‐performance Hybrid Battery. From 0 to 320 km/h in less than 10 seconds. Unique Elegant Design. Technology & Performance.
Every dream of creating a beautiful car starts with a first simple sketch.
That initial inspiration sparked our desire to work hard and make this dream come true.

It is our legacy to keep the design of our future production hypercar as close as possible to the original first sketch.

The Italian Art Of Extreme

ESTREMA is a new player in the High End Electric Vehicle arena, but can rely on the solid and proven experience of the founder and the management team.
ESTREMA represents the perfect blend of extremely different elements, innovative and revolutionary technologies, superb Italian styling and craftsmanship.

The Emblem

The Estrema emblem has been designed with the intention of combining various graphic elements with particular meanings.
The Shield represents a reference to the historical tradition of the iconic coats of arms of the past, declined in a contemporary way.
The Lightning Bolt represents electric power and velocity, and proudly bears the three colours of the Italian Flag.
The lightning bolt crosses the shield perforating it, showing its inexhaustible energy.
The background is Azure, the national color of Italy, together with the tricolor flag. The background is treated with a carbon fiber pattern to give a touch of modernity and technology.

Why Estrema?

Estrema, Italian for extreme, feminine, and singular.
It is normally meant as an adjective, rarely utilized as a noun.

Why feminine?

In the early years of the 20th Century, Italians were discussing how to decline the world automobile.
In a letter sent in 1920 to Senatore Giovanni Agnelli, founder of Fiat, Italian Poet Gabriele D’Annunzio declared the following, putting an end to all diatribes:
The automobile is feminine. This has the grace, the slenderness, the vivacity of a seductress; moreover, she has a virtue unknown to women: perfect obedience. But, on the other hand, she shares with women the casual levity in overcoming any roughness.
The views and opinions expressed here above are those of the author (Gabriele D’Annunzio) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of our company, its affiliates, or employees. But we agree with D’Annunzio on the fact the automobile is feminine and we decline accordingly our Brand name.