Have you ever wondered what a green GT racecar would look like, how would it sound and what would it smell like? Well we can help you with the first, thanks to Switzerland’s own GreenGT, one of the most revolutionary eco-conscious carmakers on the planet.

These images are of their first design study and represent what the racecar builder intends to enter in the 2011 24 Hours of LeMans. The best part is that in order to homologate the two intended models for competition, GreenGT will have to build 22 examples for the street. Take that Tesla, this will be a zero emissions all electric super car.

The GreenGT will be able to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in less than 4 seconds and capable of a top speed around 170 MPH. The electric engines will develop an initial 1475 lb-ft of torque until the vehicle reaches 100 MPH, and then decreasing to 590 lb-ft after that.


Source: carplatform

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  (318) posted on 05.15.2009

If you are talking about a green racing...then maybe green GT is the car for you. In 2011, we will see if batteries will last for 24 hrs in LeMans.

  (289) posted on 05.15.2009

Tesla I think will be very envious of this one, unless they will come up with thier own version more aggressive that this Swiss made EV

  (421) posted on 05.15.2009

The Green GT sounds like Green Tea! Sounds refreshing and detoxifying!

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