Elextra Cars Electric Vehicles

Robert Palm, the Swiss designer of the design company, Classic Factory, and Danish entrepreneur Poul Sohl is the founders of Elextra Cars. The Elextra supercar is a four-seat four-door 4-WD electric vehicle to be built in Stuttgart Germany. Elextra Cars only plan to build around 100 units. The Elextra Cars electric vehicle is expected to accelerate from 0 – 100km/h in less than 2.3 seconds (0 – 62mph).

The body of the Elextra supercar is completely crafted from carbon fiber. A lightweight carbon fiber shell is placed on a stiff and extremely strong carbon fiber tub, resulting in a weight reduction of around 25% compared to an aluminum body.

The drivetrain of the Elextra EV consists of a dual motor which provides an improvement over an AWD system. To provide traction for the powerful motors, generating a maximum combined power of 680hp, the torque is electronically disbursed to the front and rear wheels of the Elextra car. The top speed of the Elextra electric car is governed to 250 km/h. We can assume that the battery capacity is around 100kWh as Elextra did not provide details on the battery size or chemistry. The Swiss automaker indicated that the electric supercar could achieve a range of 600km (375miles) at a constant speed of 100km/h (62.5mph), which should be the most boring 600km of your life in a supercar of this nature.

The Elextra will compete with other exclusive vehicles such as the Rimac Concept Oneand Toroidion 1MW.

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Week 10 2018 Pricing and possible release announced for the Elextra

Robert Palm announced at the GIMS 2018 that the Elextra should go on sale in 2019 and will be priced around €450,000. Only a limited run of 150 units is expected.


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