Echeveria subcorymbosa is a species from Mexico. This is the Lau 026 type (meaning it has been recollected at different time periods and has different characteristics than other Lau species).
A plump shaped leaf that offsets a lot like a Sempervivum. The formation appears very compact and crushed, making it a very peculiar succulent. It blooms in spring with glaucous stems carrying red-orange flowers.
A real stunner due to its sculptural difference in growth form to all other Echeveria. It would look best planted as a feature plant on its own to enjoy natural growth.