For some years now, in the automotive world, there has been a topic that has taken the cake among the news with more attention: hybrid and electric cars. From the little Twizy to the Fisker Karma, the news about cars powered by these alternative energies maintains a strong interest, especially when it comes to their arrival on the market. Within the balance between «realistic» and «unique» cars, it is always the latter that attract the spotlight and the last Geneva Motor Show has demonstrated this with the presentation of the McLaren P1 and the Ferrari LaFerrari. In Diariomotor Altas Prestaciones my colleague David Villarreal dedicated an article yesterday to reel off the characteristics of these three athletes who we could call «super-hybrids». But how do these cars help the real implementation of hybrids and electric in the market? Their powerful image and the technological fascination they produce could be a boost for more «real» car sales. However, their very high price and high technical cost could have the opposite effect, and that these exclusive cars look more like «spaceships» than real cars. Let’s take a different look at Geneva hypercars.