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Drako Motors Announces 2,000 HP Gullwing-Door EV Called The Dragon

Drako Motors Announces 2,000 HP Gullwing-Door EV Called The Dragon

It looks great, so did the Fisker Karma once

The Rise of electric cars and the advancements in technology needed to make EVs so popular have resulted in multiple success stories that make us think that perhaps building an EV from the ground up is not all that difficult. When that argument comes up companies like Tesla and Rivian come to mind. However, we have also seen several monumental failures, such as Faraday and Fisker, that remind us just how cut-throat the automotive industry can be.

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The Fastest American Cars Ever Produced

The Fastest American Cars Ever Produced

America is currently home to the world’s fastest production car

While most people might automatically assume some of the fastest cars ever made are from Europe or Japan, that simply isn’t the case because you’ve got some pretty serious speed machines conceived right here in America. This list is comprised of cars from both mainstream automakers and boutique manufacturers who produce just a handful of super-exotics per year. Spoiler: The fastest American car also happens to be the world’s fastest production car currently!

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Drako's GTE Electric Supercar Tests Its Worth Against The Tesla Model S to Predictable Results

Drako’s GTE Electric Supercar Tests Its Worth Against The Tesla Model S to Predictable Results

It’s a benchmark test so the results aren’t hard to figure out

There’s no shortage of upstart automakers that are looking to take Tesla down a peg or two. The latest to do is Drako, a neophyte automaker that has spent the last few years developing its electric supercar, the GTE. Its development has been going on smoothly, at least if you judge it by this video the automaker just released featuring the GTE and, surprise, surprise, the Tesla Model S P100D.

It’s a classic benchmark test from an automaker looking to make a name for itself at the expense of a segment titan. Does the GTE have the goods to take down the Model S P100D? Let’s find out.

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The Drako GTE On Ice - Pure Motion Art At Its Finest

The Drako GTE On Ice - Pure Motion Art At Its Finest

Thanks to a bucketload of software, the Drako GTE makes ice drifting look too easy

When Shiv Sikand and Dean Drako decided to build the GTE, that desire came, in fact, from necessity. The two business partners couldn’t find an EV they liked and simply set off to build one themselves. Six year later, the Drako GTE was born as a high-performance sedan than drives like an E46 M3 and packs 1,200 horsepower.

But power is nothing without control and in case you had any doubts that the GTE isn’t a finely-tuned precision tool, we’re here to shatter those.

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Take a 20-Minute Vacation With the 2020 Drako GTE

Take a 20-Minute Vacation With the 2020 Drako GTE

Is the Drako GTE worth the $1.3 million price tag, though?

It can reach a top speed of 206 mph, it uses four permanent-magnet electric motors and it packs 1200 horsepower and 6000+ pound-feet of torque. This, ladies and gents is the Drako GTE. We know you’ve read the specs and devoured the official pictures, but the GTE is ever-surprising. Let’s check out Vehicle Virgins’ latest video of the lightning quick Drako GTE.

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2020 Drako GTE

2020 Drako GTE

Drako’s all-electric supercar is surely promising loads of performance

With electrification gaining a strong foothold in the car industry, we’re bound to see an increase in the number of supercars that harness the power generated by a battery pack and a pair of e-motors.

Drako’s GTE ups the ante with a quad-motor setup and the complete lack of differentials. Instead, the supercar uses a smart algorithm that sends just the right amount of torque and power to each wheel, for what Drako calls the ultimate driving experience. Let’s see what that means, shall we?

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