Giorgetto Giugiaro has prepared a hypercrosser for GenevaMarch 4, 2019
The company GFG Style, founded by designer Giorgetto Giugiaro and his son Fabrizio, introduced the electric concept car Kangaroo. Developers call the new “hyper SUV” – a car that combines the qualities of a supercar and an SUV. The public premiere of “Kangaroo” will be held at the Geneva Motor Show.
The experimental car, the body of which is made of composite materials, received an adaptive suspension with three settings for stiffness and ground clearance: “Racing” (140 mm), “Road” (190 mm) and “Off-Road” (260 mm).
GFG Kangaroo equipped with two electrical units, which together develop 490 horsepower. A four-wheel drive vehicle is able to accelerate from the spot to the first “hundred” in 3.8 seconds, and its maximum speed is forcibly limited to 250 km per hour. A battery pack of 90 kWh allows you to drive up to 450 kilometers without recharging.
In 2018, GFG Style developed the Sybilla concept electric car, a modern interpretation of the Chevrolet Testudo sports car, created by Giugiaro in the 1960s. Distinctive features of the five-meter car steel glass roof, as well as doors in the style of “gull-wings.”
The concept car is driven by four electric motors, developing a total of 543 horsepower. The car is able to accelerate from standstill to “hundreds” in 4.5 seconds, and its maximum speed is 200 km per hour. A set of lithium-ion batteries per 100 kWh provides a power reserve of 440 kilometers.
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