220 horsepower, 800 horsepower electric corvette made its debut in 2018

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This will be more powerful than ZR1.
The GXE was first announced in October 2016 by Maryland’s Genovation car company, which will debut at the 2018 consumer electronics show (CES) in Las Vegas on Jan. 9. In addition to the much-anticipated public unveiling of performance-electric vehicles, the company is pleased to report that it has updated its technical specifications, and the Numbers are even more impressive now.
At first, based on the power rating of the C7 Grand Sport GXE over 660 HP (492 kw) and 600 feet (813 Newton meters) of torque, double motor drive system can actually provide up to 800 + horsepower (597 + kw), more than 700 lb-ft (949)). To put these Numbers in perspective, the new corvette ZR1, with a turbocharged 6.2-liter V8, offers 755 horsepower (563 kilowatts) and 715 pounds of power (969 nm).


Then there is the information about performance, just like the other data listed in the official specification table. Sprinting to 60 miles per hour (96km) will be less than three seconds, with a top speed of more than 220 miles (354 kilometers). All of this is due to Genovation Cars’s latest and best electric powertrain and battery technology, which it says originated from le mans and F1.
When it comes to batteries, the GXE has a power of 60kWh, which is 130 miles (209 kilometers), and the electric Vette is almost perfect for a 50:50 weight distribution.
Given the performance GXE can provide and the limited supply of 75 cars, GXE won’t be cheap. The crazy fast electric corvette in the market will have to spend $750,000 and wait patiently for delivery in the fourth quarter of 2019. This must be a lot of money spent on electric vehicles, but once again, the defunct audi R8 e-tron has retail prices of up to $1 million.
As the last point, Genovation Cars made headlines last year, the C6 based on electric Z06 Corvette on July 28, set up a new world record, 205.6 miles per hour (330.8 kilometers) street legal in electric vehicles. As above, video shows that the company’s shuttle landing facility in Florida in March 2017 reached a record of 209 miles per hour (336.3 kilometers).

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