The 2010 Paris Auto Show will witness the introduction of a new electric supercar named Exagon Furtive-eGT. More specifically, the dubbed furtive e-GT, the project has been designed by Exagon Motors, a division of Exagon Engineering, and this company is popular for its WTCC, GT and Throphee Andros racing cooperation.
Regarding its specs, the car’s powertrain has been designed by Siemens and features two electric motors which include the combined power output of 340 hp. Thus, this helps the edition to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph sprint in 3.5 seconds and obtains a top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h), even up to 186 mph (300 km/h). Besides, Exagon Enginnering announces that it has integrated the vehicle with a generator recharging the batteries along with providing between 435 and 497 miles (700 and 800 km).
Details of this electric model that will debut in France at the end of this month
Exagon models will go into production in 2012 with production limited to 100 units a year
Exagon Furtive e-GT is a range-extended super-electric coupe
The plug-in hybrid Furtive e-GT has two electric motors of 125 kilowatts each from Siemens that generate a 340 hp
Exagon Motors plans to offer furtive eGT a stunning body the advanced electric drivetrain. In addition, the front end comes with a neat and taught outlook that does not resemble the appearance of the 2010 Peugeot SR1 concept car. Also, the chiseled door panels cover themselves with the same concept.
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