As you know, the Paris Auto Show is scheduled to start at the end pf this week and it seems it will be all about electric cars this year with a few electric examples being the Kia Pop Concept, the Smart Electric, and MINI Scooter E Concept. Today we bring you details of another electric model that will debut in France at the end of this month. It was developed by Exagon Motors and is called the Furtive e-GT.

The Furtive e-GT is powered by two electric motors developed by Siemens. The two engines develop a total of 340 HP and sprint the electric car from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds. Top speed is limited to 155 mph, but after removing the limiter, top speed goes up to 186 mph. The electric model will be equipped with a generator that recharges the battery and offers an autonomy of 700 to 800 kilometers.

Exagon announced that the car will go into production in 2012 with production limited to 100 units a year.

More details will be revealed closer to the official unveiling, so stay tuned!


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