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Exagon Furtive-eGT

Exagon Furtive-eGT

Year 2011
Engine electric
Transmission -
Max speed 155 mph
0-60 mph 3.5 seconds
Horsepower 340 hp
weight -

At the 2010 Paris Motor Show a French company called Exagon Motors is set to unveil an electric-powered sports car. Exagon Motors is a division of Exagon Engineering, a specialist motorsport engineering company who are involved in WTCC and GT championships.

The Exagon Motors Furtive-eGT was developed through a collaboration with Siemens - who have helped with the drivetrain by supplying two electric motors. Each motor provides 170 hp, making a total of 340 hp available. That means the Exagon Furtive-eGT can haul itself to 62 mph (100km/h) in just 3.5 seconds. Top speed has been capped at 155 mph to conserve range. Without the limiter it could carry on to 186 mph.

The Exagon Furtive eGT has a range somewhere in the region of 124 - 248 miles on battery power alone. We're assuming the large difference in minimum and maximum range is dependent on how you aggressively you choose to drive. For longer journeys, a small generator motor kicks in to top up the battery levels.

Exagon Motors thankfully spent the time and money to give the Furtive eGT a stunning body to compliment the advanced electric drivetrain. The front end has a neat and taught appearance which is not unlike the face of the 2010 Peugeot SR1 concept car. The chiseled door panels are also reminiscent of the same concept. Any way you look at it though, the Exagon Motors Furtive-eGT is a good looking motor.

Source: Exagon Motors

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