In Geneva, will present an electric supercar with a virtual racing coachFebruary 22, 2020
The developers of the electric supercar AP-0 talked about some details about the new model. So, the coupe will receive a lidar, which will contribute to a more accurate determination of potential threats, and a virtual racing instructor based on augmented reality technology will also appear at the 2-door.
Teasers Apex AP-0 published in the middle of this month, and now the automaker has published information about the technical specifications. The longitudinal keel of the supercar, which should help stabilize the car at speed, is crowned by a lidar.
It complements the electronic assistant kit (ADAS) and forms a detailed spatial map 100 m in front of the machine. Thanks to the lidar, the company notes, it will be possible to more accurately determine potential threats during movement, and even distinguish between pedestrians and cyclists.
Other features of the new items are a holographic screen, which has augmented reality and a virtual racing designer. On-board software Apex AP-0 will be updated “over the air”, which indicates that new functionality will gradually appear.
As Apex Motors emphasizes, the chassis of the electric coupe is completely made of carbon plastic, and its weight is only 1200 kg. The manufacturer promises that the 2-door will distinguish itself as the dynamics of acceleration.
It also became known earlier that the Asian electric supercar Vega EVX will be presented in Geneva. Power new items will be 804 hp
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