Zero to 100km/h (62mph) in 4.8 seconds, with maximum speed of 150km/h (93mph), range of 333km (207 miles).
So what's the catch? Price is not mentioned. And, though tastes vary, this is ugly. First assumption would be that this is for aerodynamic purposes. In some of the articles linked below, a "tiny coefficient of 0.91" is quoted. This should be a "tiny coefficient of drag of 0.19", which is actually tiny. To put this in perspective, the coefficient of drag (Cd) of some other energy efficient cars:
0.28 Chevrolet Volt
0.32 Honda Insight (2010)
Toyota claims a Cd of 0.25 for its Prius, but other manufacturers claim it is more like 0.30 .
And a discussion of Cd: