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The Exagon Furtive eGT – exciting electric sport car packed with French sex – the perfect match?

Look like French car industry decided to bring back primate in car design. And they pulling all the right moves – clear example is all new electric sport car – The Exagon Furtive eGT, beautiful sport coupe.

The Exagon Furtive eGT has two motors made by Siemens, each making 125 kW for a total of 340 horsepower at maximum pick of 10,000 rpm. AC motors will produce 700 volts with reliability of 130 years long history in electric engine manufacturing by Siemens.

That’s why other numbers about this electric sport car are very lucrative. Top speed is 178 mph. from 0 -100 in only 3.5 seconds. Range around 250 miles. Or 122 miles under constant speed of 81 mph, if you decide for weekend trip to beach. And if you are in drag racing, quarter mile will take around 12s for The Exagon Furtive eGT. Interesting facts is that car will be offered with option of adding small petrol engine to extend range for long distance travel.

All together French sexiness with guilty-free exciting drive from The Exagon Furtive eGT. All this can be yours for around $160,000 for perfect electric sport car. We can’t wait to see next four-wheeled French mistress. My wish? Citroen’s electric Goddess – electric plug-in version of the one of the most exciting cars made in XX century.