A further E - sports car enters the scene

Sunnyvale (USA), May 31, 2017

With electric supercar that is always such a thing: you are now felt in every backyard and we second production of the actual vehicle will be sent before a press release. It announces the most fantastic data, performance and technology. But at the end of the day you will never see the car on the street, and the company just as suddenly disappears from the scene, as she showed up. Latest example? The Tomahawk of Dubuc motor a 800 HP strong E - sports car, which soon to the fastest sports car which the world should become. Whether it will ever happen and we will see the car as announced in the year 2018 in public roads?

800 HP, 1,356 Newton meters and adventurous performance

Dubuc is planning several thousand units motor (Incidentally, a company that funded through Crowdfunding) to press into the niche of luxury sports cars. Each vehicle is built on a carbon fibre chassis, which is covered with a carbon body. The Tomahawk is 4.78 metres long, 2.03 meters wide, 1.21 meters high and has a wheelbase 2.79 m. It is powered by four electric motors, which should produce 800 HP and 1,356 Newton metres of torque and accelerate the 4WD Tomahawk with unknown weight in two seconds from zero to 60 miles per hour (97 km/h). "Street Mode" instead of "Race Mode" is enabled, four seconds for the same Sprint are necessary.

600 km range, four seats and high security

The lithium-ion battery has a capacity of 100 kilowatt hours. This energy should extend the Tomahawk for a distance of 600 kilometers. If you want to use the full potential of acceleration but more often, this range may be hardly feasible. The stroller should still be practical: In the Interior, there are therefore four leather racing seats, a baggage compartment front and rear and lots of security technologies. "We try to exceed the limits of the possibilities currently has the automotive industry. We want to offer a wow experience, everytime they take behind the steering position", says company co-founder of Mike Kakogiannakis. (ml)