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Friday, March 18, 2022

Here's a beautiful supercar with desert conquering abilities

~Desert Raid~ Still talking about the supercar concept made by GFG Style, after some time ago we've been discussed about those Italian auto design company's newest roadster named GFG Style Bandini Dora. For your info, GFG Style is an automotive design house based in Moncalieri, Turin and founded in 2015 by the world's famous automotive designer Giorgetto Giugiaro together with his son Fabrizio.
The GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid is intended to design by GFG Style for a rough-terrain vehicle which is built based on the Vision 2030 Concept. (Picture from: Carscoops)
As we all knew, The maestro, Giorgetto Giugiaro is also known to have previously founded the world' famous auto design agency called Italdesign Giugiaro which has now been acquired by the Lamborghini (under Volkswagen Group). And in his today work along with GFG Style, that the maestro has previously launched the GFG Style Vision 2030 Concept, then there are two other electric supercar models such as the Kangaroo and Sibylla.
The GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid built by GFG Style and carries the appearance of a 2-door supercar design with high ground clearance. (Picture from: It.Motor1)
Well, on this occasion it was the turn of a unique super four-wheeled vehicle called GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid which is said to have the ability to conquer desert terrain at speeds of up to 250 kph. This unique car carries the appearance of a 2-door supercar design with high ground clearance. So no wonder, if you look closely, the GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid (referred to as Desert Raid) looks more like a super SUV than a supercar.
The GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid has a length of 4,770 mm, a width of 2,120 mm and a height of 1,360 mm, with a wheelbase of 2,830 mm and a ground clearance of 240 mm. (Picture from: GFG Style)
This off-road capability super SUV has a length of 4,770 mm, a width of 2,120 mm and a height of 1,360 mm, with a wheelbase of 2,830 mm and a ground clearance of 240 mm. Indeed the super SUV is intended to design by GFG Style for a rough-terrain vehicle which is built based on the Vision 2030 Concept.
Inside the cabin of the GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid has a genuine leather and carbon fiber interior completed by the modern style streering wheel and digitally control panels on dashboard. (Picture from: Hotcars)
So if we look the exterior at first glance it's similar to the off-road supercar concept that was launched in 2019, but Desert Raid has a wider body, higher ground clearance, a larger trunk so that it can accommodate an exposed spare-tire. In addition, Desert Raid is also wore four off-road tires wrapped in 20 inches sized smaller wheels and equipped with additional mudguards, which are made from carbon fiber.
The GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid is powered by an electric motor with 510 horsepower and 680 Nm of torque coupled with 90 kWh battery packages. (Picture from: MotoriOnline)
The GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid is equipped with an electric motor with 510 horsepower and 680 Nm of torque. The power is transmitted to all four wheels, so that it can make the car accelerate from 0 to 100 kph in 3.8 seconds, and reach a maximum speed of 250 kph. Furthermore, GFG Style also mentioned that this super SUV is also equipped with a 90 kWh battery, thus making Desert Raid able to cover a maximum distance of up to 450 km in a single fully charges.
The GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid's power is transmitted to all four wheels, so that can make the car accelerate from 0 to 100 kph in 3.8 seconds, and reach a maximum speed of 250 kph. (Picture from: Hotcars)
While for its cabin, the GFG Style Vision 2030 Desert Raid has a genuine leather and carbon fiber interior. The dashboard has a digital screen integrated with the image display received from 2 rear cameras. Besides that there's also a large infotainment screen is vertically placed in the center consol.
Originally, this unique car was going to make its debut at the 2020 Geneva International Motor Show, but then the world's automotive expo was canceled due to the pandemic situation. However, GFG Style continues to launch this off-road supercar by online on March, 2020. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GFG STYLE | ELECTRICCARNEWS | CARSCOOPS | AUTOBLOG | HOTCARS | MOTOR1 ]
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