Don’t worry if you’ve never heard of French automaker Exagon before — most haven’t.
The Furtive e-GT is an electric car that Exagon worked to develop over the last two years and the production model will finally make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Furtive e-GT will be powered by a pair of motors developed by Siemens Corporate Technology, giving it a total power equivalent of 340-hp. Exagon Motors claims that they are “the lightest and most compact engines available on the market.” The 340-hp is backed up with 354 lb-ft of torque and Exagon claims the car can hit 62-mph in 3.6 seconds.
The coupe features two rear seats, allowing four people to enjoy anywhere from 122 to 250 miles in electric only mode. An optional range extender will allow the Furtive e-GT to travel up to 501 miles. Mind you that range is measured under ideal conditions, with the 122-mile figure coming at an average speed of about 80-mph.
We’ll be sure to take a closer look at the Exagon Furtive e-GT through the coming days.
GALLERY: Exagon Furtive e-GT
[Source: GT Spirit]