Italian car design firm Pininfarina presented their exclusive H2 Speed concept car at the Geneva Motor Show, Wednesday.
Powered by hydrogen, it is believed to be the first fuel cell supercar.
The car is powered by two race-specification electric motors, fed by a lightweight hydrogen fuel cell.
According to the company, the car has a unique sound which is created with is compressor technology, performing an almost silent drive with futuristic whistles.
The machine is said to generate 509 horsepower, and is able to reach 300 km/h (186 mph) and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) in a 3.4 seconds.
The 86th Geneva Motor Show takes place between March 3 and 13, 2016 and is held at the Palexpo convention centre.