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Up Close and Personal with Exagon Furtive-eGT

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French firm Exagon Motors took its sweet time over developing the Furtive-eGT electric sports car, but the product is finally ready for launch and it is, on the surface at least, a fantastic achievement. The eGT is an elegant and luxurious sports coupe powered by two electric motors.

During the first public outing in the UK for Exagon Furtive-eGT at the Hurlingham Club, the guys from fGear TV managed to capture enough footage of it for a proper walkaround video. They also chatted with a company official about the find details of the eGT:

Exagon Furtive-eGT has two Siemens water-cooled motors generating a combined 402 horsepower and 516 Nm. The motors are backed by SAFT lithium-ion batteries which have a lifecycle of over 10 years. Drive goes to the rear via a three-speed gearbox and a self-locking differential.

Furtive-eGT Chassis/bodywork details:

  • Carbon fibre and honeycomb monocoque weighing 124 kg
  • All-carbon fibre bodywork
  • Beringer brakes developed specially for the Furtive-eGT
  • Front brakes: ventilated disc (380 mm). Callipers with 6 pistons
  • Rear brakes: ventilated disc (360 mm). Callipers with 4 pistons
  • Deceleration: 1.2 G (one of the best braking performances in the world)
  • Energy recovery during deceleration and braking
  • Front wheel: 8.5’’x 20’’
  • Rear wheel: 11’’x 20’’
  • Front tyres: Michelin PSS 245/35 ZR20
  • Rear tyres: Michelin PSS 305/30 ZR20
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