Elektron Motors releases a brand-new 1,400hp supercar called the 'Truva'
This EV supercar will give Rimac a run for their money
Do you remember the brand Elektron Motors that came out with the 2,300 hp Quasar hypercar in April? Well, they're back with another high-performance EV named the Truva.
This all-new electric supercar will not be as powerful as its older hypercar brother, because it won't be able to 62mph from a standstill in 1.65 seconds, but it's still going to be impressive.
The Truva will be powered by three motors instead of four, with two motors powering the rear axle and one at the front. Elektron claims it will produce 1,400 hp, which is much less than its other vehicle, but certainly enough.
Elektron says the Truva will come with an "innovative composite chassis" and will be fitted with a pushrod suspension system. Since it is electric, it will need to be powered by a battery, and in this case, a 100 kWh battery pack.
Firstly, it will be launched as a coupe version, but a convertible is said to follow. Prices start at €600,000 ($710,000) and it will be available in 2023, six months after the proposed launch of the Quasar.