Exagon Motors Furtive e-GT
The 2010 Paris Auto Show has brought a brand new kid to a world of electric supercars: a Exagon Motors Furtive e-GT.
Created by the multiplication of a French association Exagon Engineering that is the well-known upon the WTCC, FIA GT and Throphee Andros racing scenes.
The vehicle’s electric powertain consists of dual Siemens motors which suggest the combined outlay of 340 hp. The car only needs 3.5 seconds to stretch 62 mph as well as has the tip speed of 155 mph (250 km/h). This is electronically limited for road-use, as a car can strike 186 mph (300 km/h upon the lane. The hybrid powertrain additionally includes the operation extender, in a form of the small genius inner explosion engine.
Here is a electric-only autonomy of a car:
Autonomy during the consistent speed of 50 km/h : 250 miles (402 km)
Autonomy at the consistent speed of 90 km/h : 179 miles (288 km)
Autonomy during the constant speed of 110 km/h : 150 miles (241 km)
Autonomy during the consistent speed of 130 km/h : 122 miles (197 km)
The range-extender brings a liberty to 501 miles (807 km).
“The Furtive-eGT is fitted with the operation extender: the tiny explosion engine with the low cylinder capacity that charges a batteries when they have reached a extent of their liberty. This engine has no outcome upon a wheels; it simply acts as the generator of electric power. It thus has really low fuel expenditure and it functions during the consistent rate, ensuring best fuel expenditure. The operation extender brings a Furtive-eGT’s sum liberty to 807 km with 25 l of fuel underneath a ECE15 customary cycle, or 734 km with 25 l of fuel underneath a standard churned cycle,” explained a press recover.
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