This certainly looks inspired by Lamborghini’s work in the field of supercars, with the startup then stretching the styling language to fit a sedan and adding a green powertrain.
The Elextra is just one of the latest trend of startups looking to challenge Tesla and anyone else in the emerging field of electric cars, but the company believes it will have a trump card against anyone in the segment. Classic Factory, the company that wants to build the Elextra (until we see these “marvels” on the street we doubt their existence) has now come up with a great range for an electric vehicle claiming supercar performance levels. The Elextra should be able to last 373 miles (600 kilometers) at 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour). This is a bit different than others – the Tesla Model S 100D can do 393 miles (632 km) on a charge, according New European Driving Cycle test.
It’s not possible to compare the Elextra and Model S ranges – the NEDC range test gets vehicles through a series of speeds, and the test procedure is different for the American EPA, where the Model S gets a score of 335 miles (539 km). The Classic Factory Elextra is lightweight through the use of carbon fiber for its monocoque and body, there’s AWD with an electric motor for each axle and 680 horsepower (507 kilowatts) of total system power. This allegedly means a sprint to 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 2.3 seconds and a maximum speed of 155 mph (250 kph).