Georgetto Giugiaro invented an electric car for desert racing

Georgetto Giugiaro invented an electric car for desert racing

March 3, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

GFG Style, founded by renowned designer Giorgetto Giugiaro and his son Fabrizio, unveiled the Vision 2030 Desert Raid electric concept car, which was due to debut at the canceled Geneva Motor Show. The car gives an idea of ​​the race car of the future for desert rally raids.

The length of the car was 4770 mm, width – 2120 mm, height – 1360 mm, and the size of the wheelbase is 240 millimeters. Ground clearance – 240 mm. Vision 2030 Desert Raid received 20-inch alloy wheels, special tires for riding on sand, as well as carbon wings.

The all-electric powerplant concept car produces 510 hp. and 680 Nm of torque. The car is able to accelerate from standstill to the first “hundred” in 3.8 seconds, and its maximum speed was 250 km per hour. The 90 kWh battery pack allows you to drive over 450 kilometers without recharging.

Last year, GFG Style introduced the Kangaroo electric concept car in Geneva. The developers call the novelty “hyper SUV” – a car that combines the qualities of a supercar and an SUV.

The experimental car, the body of which is made of composite materials, received an adaptive suspension with three settings for stiffness and ground clearance. GFG Kangaroo equipped with two electric units, which in total develop 490 horsepower. All-wheel drive vehicle is able to accelerate from standstill to the first 100 kph in 3.8 seconds, and its maximum speed is forcibly limited to 250 km per hour.