A new electric supercar dubbed the Furtive e-GT will be introduced at the Paris Motor Show, according to LeBlogAuto. The project is from Exagon Motors, a division of Exagon Engineering, which is famous for its WTCC, GT and Throphee Andros racing collaborations.
Siemens developed the powertrain, which consists of two electric motors that have a combined power output of 340hp.
The car can go from zero to 62 mph in only 3.5 seconds and can reach an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).
When undeterred, the vehicle can reach 186 mph (300 km/h). Exagon Engineering claims that this supercar can give a range of between 124 and 248 miles (200 and 400 km).
The company also revealed that the vehicle is equipped with a generator that recharges the batteries and provides a total range of between 435 and 497 miles (700 and 800 km).
Exagon Engineering still has to set up a manufacturing base to start vehicle production but completion of this part of the project is expected next year. [via LeBlogAuto]