Startup Drako Motors has announced plans to build its electric hypercar GTE. According to the developers, the GTE will be released in limited quantities, and should provide “amazing performance with maximum control and security.”
Information about hypercare a little while, but it is reported that GTE will receive four electric motors with a total output of 1,200 horsepower and 8800 Nm of torque, allowing the car to reach a maximum speed of 332 km/h and accelerate to hundreds of roughly around 2 seconds.
The company claims that the car will have best in class handling in turns, and the huge capacity of the power plant are designed to control the expense of modern electronic technology, developed through tests on the track Nurburgring.
Interestingly, four-seater car will be designed by Louis Vermisem and a team of GranStudio in Turin (Italy), which has worked on several supercars, including a Ferrari California, FF and 458, as well as participated in the creation of concepts for the Alfa Romeo 2uettottanta and Dallara Stradale.