After the revive of the Japanese brand Datsun, now it’s time to talk about a European old name. We are talking about the Belgium car maker Minerva who built luxury cars in the 40s.

Today, we find out that the Minerva brand will launch a hybrid supercar. Dubbed J.M. Brabazon, it will have a V12 engine with some extra boost from electric motors.

On the outside, the car looks very simple, just like a McLaren model, while we can say we have spotted a few parts borrowed from the Audi cars. 

Source: Minerva via Carscoops