Exagon Motors announced the first details on their Furtive eGT supercar back in 2010 at the Paris Auto Show, but after that, nothing was heard about this all-electric supecar. Now, Exagon is back with a series of improvements for their electric coupe.
The first version unveiled in Paris was powered by two electric motors developed by Siemens with an output of 340 HP. But, now after two years the output has been raised to 402 HP. As a result, the 0 to 60 mph sprint will be made in 3.5 seconds, while top speed will be limited to 155 mph, but removing the limiter will get it up to 178 mph.
Numerous test cycles have proven that, at an average speed of 50 kmh (31 mph), the Furtive eGT will offer an autonomy of 402 kilometers (249 miles), but since no one actually drives at that speed, Exagon has announced the vehicle will get 197 kilometers (122 miles) at 130 kmh (80 mph). There will also be a small range-extender in the form of an internal combustion engine which will increase the autonomy to 807 kilometers (501 miles).
Production for the Furtive eGT will begin in 2013 and Exagon hopes to sell a total of 150 units a year. The only problem with that is the high price tag associated with it: 350,000 euro - about $425,00 at the current exchange rates.
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UPDATE 09/27/12: Production photos of the Exagon Furtive eGT have been released. There are plenty to look at so we suggest you head on over to the gallery to check them all out!