Our project: 424
To set a new lap time record at the Nurburgring.
To race at Le Mans 24h with an electric car.
A work of art
To build the world’s fastest electric hypercar will require a collective team effort and this project is unlike any other. All the designs, vehicle architecture and ongoing developments are publicly accessible on the PERRINN.com platform, with new developments made in real-time. For Project 424, the open source strategy enables people to copy, modify and re-use our design.
A design story
The development of the 424 started in 2011 when Nicolas left Williams F1 and started PERRINN Limited.
From the aerodynamics, suspension and composite design to the integration of high performance electric powertrain, more than 30 thousand hours have been spent on designing, optimising, improving with the objective of one day winning the hardest endurance race in the world.
The critical role of the internet for P424
To make P424 a commercial success, we are going to use the internet to increase our impact in the areas of engineering, education, digital simulation, global collaboration & communication and future of work.
Research and development using cloud infrastructure
Project accessibility from any location and to the public
Online learning and university project focus
Decentralised workforce, centralised online communication
Project 424 is designed to provide a global marketing platform for engineering, automotive, EV, software and autonomous companies worldwide. Very quickly we will attract attention by creating the most performant and exciting application of electric technology in mobility to date.