Tesla Model S will apparently soon get a new rival. The electric super car with a body of italian sportscar will be called Elextra and is beeing developed in Switzerland.

The producer, swiss startup Classic Factory, claims that it will be able to reach 100 km/h in just 2,3 seconds and will have a reach up to 600 kilometers on full battery charge, if driven with the speed arround 100 km/h. Good acceleration capabilities will be served by dual motor powertrain with the system power of 680 hp, which is electronically and independently distributed to the front and rear wheels.

Special emphasis was also put to a beautifully designed car body with stiff and extremly strong carbon fibre tub and carbon fibre body shell. The extensive use of carboin fiber resulted in a weight gain of nearly 25 percent comparing to conventional aluminium constructions with similar strenght.

With its caracteristics Elextra could become a Tesla Model S' rival, but unfortunately it will be built in a limited batch of about 100 examples and the price, though nothing was said about it yet, will certainly reach higher levels.

Nov. 21, 2017 Driving photo: Elextra

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