(FOX NEWS) — Chevrolet is selling an electric Camaro. Literally just one.

The automaker developed the eCOPO Camaro last year to demonstrate a prototype powertrain featuring an electric motor pack that could be swapped into a car built for an internal combustion V8 and bolted directly to a conventional transmission.

The unit features a pair of Borg Warner-sourced motors good for 700 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque and was installed under the hood of a Camaro drag car by Hancock and Lane racing along with a 700-pound 800-volt lithium-ion battery pack in the trunk.

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