Off-road electric supercar GFG Style 2030. 200 km / h on the road?December 6, 2019
In the framework of the special automobile event Riyadh Car Show, held in Saudi Arabia, the Italian company GFG Style introduced the electric supercar 2030. The car can travel at speeds up to 200 km / h on the road.
There is such a YouTube channel called Supercar Blondie, where a girl blogger reveals and most importantly, shows us a wide variety of cars – from luxury Mercedes-Maybach concepts to crazy supercars. This time, she shows us an unusual GFG Style 2030, the official presentation of which took place at a special event Riyadh Car Show in Saudi Arabia, where more than 1200 amazing cars were presented.
The official presentation of the production version of the Italian supercar (yes, for now this is just a concept) will be held in March next year at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Italian company GFG Style created a supercar with the name 2030 specifically for Saudi Arabia, and, as you can see, this is far from the most ordinary supercar. In fact, carmakers called their new Hyper SUV or hyper-crossover. Strange name, I agree. The car took the form of a two-seat, two-door supercar with all-wheel drive system. Moreover, according to the assurances of GFG Style employees, this car can easily drive off-road. Its massive 22-inch wheels are “shod” not in racing “slicks”, but in serious tires with real sidewalls. This, of course, is not the first time we see cars that have some functions for overcoming the off-road – the same Subaru has been doing this for years, but still we must pay tribute to the guys from GFG Style.
This is a fully electric car, which boasts 540 horsepower, which can be sent to all four wheels at once, due to which, acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h will be 3.5 seconds. At a maximum speed of 200 km / h, the power reserve can be more than 370 km. A little speed for a supercar, but GFG Style representatives separately note that at this speed you can even go off-road.
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