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2010 Paris Motor Show Overview: Exagon Motors Furtive eGT

By Kirk Linden
October 13, 2010
File under: Auto Industry, Fuel Efficiency, Innovation


Another car making waves this year at the 2010 Paris Motor Show is the Exagon Motors Furtive eGT

Exagon Motors is a new French automaker formed by Exagon Engineering, a race team and constructor with experience across a number of series, including designing and producing electric racecars for a series that takes place in the French Alps… on ice.

exagon-2.jpg With such a performance-based background, you can be sure their first foray into passenger cars boasts impressive numbers: how’s 0-60 in 3.5 seconds and 340 horsepower?

These numbers are all the more impressive when you consider Exagon claims this range extended hybrid can travel almost 250 miles on electricity alone before the range extending gasoline engine is needed to charge the batteries, resulting in another 250 miles of electrically propelled driving nirvana.

Stayed tuned on Thursday for a look at the new Audi e-tron Spyder

Read more about the new Fisker Karma and the Jaguar C-X75.

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