Elektron Quasar or 2300 hp electric hypercarApril 13, 2021
The German company Elektron has announced an all-electric hypercar with a capacity of over 2,300 hp. According to a press release, the car will be able to accelerate to 100 km / h in less than 2 seconds and a top speed of 450 km / h.
Almost a year ago, Elektron Innovativ unveiled its electric supercar, the Elektron One, which had an incredible 1341bhp. (1000 kilowatts), which came from a zero-emission engine. It was supposed to debut in its production form at the Geneva Motor Show this year, but it never happened.
Another concept from the German Elektron Motors was presented in an official press release.
Meet the Elektron Quasar, also an all-electric hypercar that surpasses the first model announced.
According to Elektron, the Quasar hypercar should deliver more than 2,300 horsepower in total. (1715 kW) due to four electric motors, presumably one for each wheel. This will allow for what the company calls the Elektron Smart Torque Vectoring System (ESTV), which is likely to come in handy when driving on the racetrack given the incredible power output. The entire electrical propulsion system will have a planned total weight of 1,500 kg.
The Quasar is designed to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 1.65 seconds and has a limited top speed of 450 km / h.
Of course, these numbers are only part of a press release, at least until Elektron Motors actually starts producing the hypercar after its debut in 2023. Only 99 copies of Quasar will be released and will be delivered to customers within three years. The price is 2.2 million euros
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Hongqi Red Flag S9 hypercar is ready to start mass production. The Chinese car will be produced in a limited edition – at the moment the figure is called 70 copies.
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