The French company’s website is don’t giver much details, but high on superlatives for a car that at current exchange rates may cost $528,000 (app. 388,000 euros).
Among specifications expressed, the car will have “the first monocoque light carbon fiber body” which weighs just 273 pounds. Total curb weight is estimated at around 3,600 pounds, or about 1,200 pounds lighter than a Tesla Model S.
Propulsion is supplied with two Siemens motors, said to be extremely light and compact, for a great output which is 395 horsepower and 376 pounds-feet of torque.
This should enable the vehicle to sprint to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, and top speed at a limited 155 mph. Range has been previously estimated to be 122 miles at an average 80 mph, up to 250 miles under ideal, eco driving conditions.
Compared to the $980,000 priced, with 1,100-horsepower Rimac which is being produced in a series of eight units, it’s only half the price, and still unique.
You may check out Exagon Furtive eGT website.
Also you may check out a video of it, which is tested at Nürburgring track: