German-based startup Elektron Motors of Turkish businessman and engineer Armagan Arabula has announced a new model – the Truva supercar. In the native language of the founder of the company, this is the name of the legendary Troy.
Truva is already the third project of a start-up company: after Ekektron One and Elektron Quasar. It exists so far only in a virtual form, but they promise to establish production already in 2023. As previously reported, the assembly site will be located in the famous Italian Motor Valley next to Ferrari, Lamborghini, Pagani and Maserati factories.
Elektron Truva will receive an “innovative composite chassis”, push rod suspension and a three-engine power plant with a combined output of 1,044 kilowatts (1,420 hp), in which one electric motor will drive the front wheels and the other two – the rear. The battery capacity will be 100 kilowatt-hours.
According to the previously announced plan, the Kvazar hypercar should go first in the series: deliveries were promised to begin in the first quarter of 2023 and to collect a limited edition of 99 pieces in three years. Truva will supposedly appear 6 months later. How Elektron One will fit into this scheme, the market debut of which is all scheduled for the same year, is unclear.