California-based Drako Motors has revealed its electric supercar Drako GTE which generates 1,200 horsepower on Friday at Pebble Beach.
GTE is a simple name to a car but it’s packed with the super specification which makes it an ultimate beast which stands in front of some of the supercar available in the world.
The GTE has four electric motors – one at each wheel – that generates combined 1,200 horsepower (895 kilowatts) and an absolutely clean 6,491 pound-feet (8,800 Newton-meters) of torque.
The Drako GTE accelerates a top speed of 206 miles per hour (around 330 kilometers per hour) not the fastest but quicker than other high-performance electric vehicles, the company hasn’t revealed official numbers how much time it takes from 0-60 mph.
It has six road surface mode Race, Track, Dry, Rain, Snow, Ice which helps to optimize GTE’s performance in every driving environment.
The company has not revealed the range of the car, it has four seat space and luggage container too. It is equipped with Brembo ceramic brakes and an Öhlins suspension, the company uses 90 kWh battery to power up the four motors with 15kW AC charger and 150kW DC Charging support.
Drako Motors’ GTE is priced at $1.25 million and the company plans to produce just 25 cars and the deliveries are expected to start in 2020.