While some electric cars don’t have enough speed and others don’t have enough electric range, Exagon Motors has tried to give you the best of all worlds with the launch of the Furtive-eGT, though this time the company hasn’t tried to put a check on its cost. The vehicle, which earlier made an appearance at the Paris Motor Show is back again at Geneva, though this time it comes with a lot more bold appearance.
The prototype vehicle which packs a 53kWh lithium-ion battery runs two liquid-cooled Siemens electric motors that generate 402hp, giving the Furtive-eGT a top speed of 250kph and a 0-100kph sprint in just 3.5 seconds. Despite this kind of performance, the electric beast is claimed to have a range of 360km.
The company is also quick enough to notify that a specially designed fast-charging station will be able to refuel the robust battery pack in just 32 minutes and also states that the batteries onboard will be able to retain about 80 percent of the capacity after 3000 charging cycles. However, in gifting the car all these specs, the price was set to rise and to own this beast, you might have to shell somewhere around $450,000.