The car’s exterior design may be polarizing, but if the performance figures hold up, it could be quite the sportster. At its core, the Dubuc Tomahawk readies a pair of electric motors (one in front, one in back), which whisk the vehicle around via a single speed transmission. At each corner, an air-suspension plies the wheels into the road. No word on the types of batteries or other systems that live onboard.
The final car is said to sport scissor doors, advanced collision warnings, 360-degree cameras, and a touchscreen control panel. Like the sound of that? $5,000 reserves you a car, though it’ll take a whopping $110,000 for the whole kit and caboodle in 2017.
Don’t like the sound of that? There’s always the ravishing Detroit Electric SP:01, which may or may not arrive on US shores. A new Tesla Roadster is also confirmed to be in the works, and on schedule to arrive in 2019.
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