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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The Swiss electric supercar promises an acceleration time of less than 2.3 seconds

The electric car market continues to show rapid growth. A Swiss automotive and industrial design company called Classic Factory, said it is ready to launch its first electric car named Elextra in 2019. It was confirmed by CEO and founder of Classic Factory, Robert Palm. 
Swiss-designed Elextra EV supercar. (Picture from: http://cnn.it/2uYaGXY)
He revealed that he has partnered with several other automotive companies to realize his dream to create Elextra. So far, Elextra is still a concept. And the production of Elextra’s car will be handled by an independent vehicle manufacturer based in Stuttgart, Germany. Just 100 examples are destined to be built.
Left side view of Swiss-designed Elextra EV supercar. (Picture from: http://cnn.it/2uYaGXY)
“The idea behind Elextra is to combine pure lines reminding of the most exciting Italian supercars of the past, whilst being resolutely forward looking thanks to its low, sleek and beautiful design, paired with today's most advanced technology,” Palm explained.

This car plans to have four doors and the majority of body made of carbon fiber. The hood of the car looks slim. At the rear, the V-shaped wings hang with the roof and extend to the side of the car.
Rear side view of Swiss-designed Elextra EV supercar. (Picture from: http://cnn.it/2uYaGXY)
"This wing brings more downforce than the regular wing, but its unique shape does not block the view to the rear window. It's a supercar you can see from behind," Palm added. Elextra will be carrying two electric motors that can produce 670 horsepower of power. So that allows Elextra to accelerate from 0-100 kilometers per hour only 2.3 seconds and a top speed of 250 km/h.

But the company don’t have any details on the batteries used but Elextra says buyers can expect at least 595.46 km on a single charge. Of course that range will largely depend on how hard you push the car. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ELEXTRA | AUTOBLOG | FOXNEWS]
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