The French company Exagon is making news with its impressive EV the Furtive-eGT. The Furtive-eGT has been around in concept form since 2010 and a few may even have been delivered.
Now it is on its way to the Salute to Style at the Hurlingham Club in London as Exagon appears ready to go into serial production.
Technically the Furtive-eGT is an impressive beast. The car combines an extremely lightweight composite body weighing just 274 pounds, and an incredibly stiff carbon fiber-honeycomb monocoque of the same variety found on F1 cars.
These lightweight bones are powered by some serious electric muscle. Two Siemens electric motors produce a total of 400 horsepower at the rear wheels, good for 0-62 mph in 3.5 tire squealing seconds.
Worryingly Exagon hasn’t said what kind of range we can expect from the SAFT sourced lithium-ion batteries. Hopefully that is because testing just hasn’t been completed rather than furtiveness about the truth.
Source: Digital Trends