Minerva J.M. Brabazon Supercar: A Terribly Impressive Top Speed

It may not boast a well-known name, but the Minerva J.M. Brabazon will have at least one massive thing going for it: a top speed of nearly 250 miles per hour. That’s like, faster than Nick Cannon runs to the CVS for Mariah’s tampons. Minerva was founded in the late 1800s but went out of business in 1956, and now the company is back and swinging for the fences with this┬áplug-in hybrid supercar. Featuring a carbon-fiber chassis, Kevlar-carbon body, and mid-mounted twin-turbo V12, there’s at least 250 reasons why we’re anxious to hear a release date and price.