The FXE is an evolution of the "Fast Eddy" sports car shown at last year's LA Show.

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In addition to a V8 powering the real wheels, the FXE features an electrically powered front axle backed by a 10-kWh lithium ion battery.

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Total system output is listed at a tidy 1,150 horsepower.

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The FXE's aggressive and somewhat busy front end looks a bit Lamborghini-esque. 

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The FXE is said to hit 60 mph in 3.1 seconds. The car's top speed has not yet been revealed.

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Gaping rear intakes provide cooling air for the 6.2-liter V8.

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The Aria Group is best known for developing concept cars for major automakers such as Honda and Kia.

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The company is also known for producing the carbon fiber bodies for celebrated Porsche up-fitter Singer.

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The 3,450-pound FXE was designed and engineered in Orange County, not far from its LA Auto Show debut.

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No word yet on how much the Aria FXE will cost, nor when it is expected to enter production.

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Keep clicking or scrolling through for more images of Aria's striking FXE supercar.

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