We're undecided on the name, but the car itself makes all the right figurative noises. It probably makes some pretty good actual noises too, with a 420-horsepower, 383 pound-foot turbocharged four cylinder engine powering all four wheels.
In a compact body--and the Explosion really is compact in the metal, not dissimilar to an Audi TT--it's enough for a 3-second 0-62 mph sprint. Gumpert is cagey on the top speed, but hints that it starts with a "3". We're guessing that's kilometers per hour and there are a few zeros after it, in which case you're talking at 186 mph at the very least.
That size reference isn't the only Audi connection. While not explicitly mentioned, the four-cylinder engine is likely Audi-sourced, and a peer inside the cabin reveals items of Audi switchgear here and there. The gear shifter too looks suspiciously Audi-like, and driving enthusiasts will be pleased to hear that it's a six-speed manual rather than a new-fangled twin-clutch job. And even better than that, you can actually buy one--Gumpert is taking orders for the car at 105,000 euros before tax, or around $144,000 at the current exchange rate.