Yeap. Spoke to the rep there and noticed the BMW performance wheel there as well.
It makes financial sense for a small independent supercar firm to outsource some parts in order to at the very least break even on the project. If you look at other vehicles like the Atom (Honda now Chevy), Koenisigg (Ford engine for a while) and the Morgan (BMW 3.5) outsourced their engine parts as well as other parts i'm sure.
I applaud them for trying to dip their hats into the super car arena albeit a competitive arena. The President and CEO of the company used to be an Aircraft Engineer I believe.