Tomahawk electric sports car
The Tomahawk electric sports car by Dubuc Motors Inc is set to be the fastest production sports car if it comes to market in 2018. The Tomahawk Sports EV accelerates from 0 – 60 in 2 seconds from its 800hp electric motors, beating much more powerful icons such as the Toroidion 1MW and Rimac Concept One. The Tomahawk electric sports car include luxuries such hands-free commands, wifi and 360-degree cameras. The Tomahawk is built around a bonded aluminum chassis, a first for North America. The Tomahawk 2 + 2 seater is can be pre-ordered with a $5,000 deposit and is expected to list at around $125,000 in 2018.
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2017 Week 22 - Tomahawk to go into production 2018
Dubuc Motors of Canada announced this week that the Tomahawk electric sports car will go into production in 2018.
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