An all-electric 2-seater inspired by the T-Rex three-wheeler is currently in the works


The relatively small city of Bourcherville in Quebec is not particularly known for its automotive industry, but it is the home of Campagna, the maker of the T-Rex, a popular two-seater with three wheels. Interestingly, another startup has sprung up in the city and it apparently aimed to build its own three-wheeler, but with an electric drivetrain.

Girfalco, which was founded only earlier this year by three Quebecers with experience in design and engineering, is developing the ‘Azkarra’, an all-electric two-seater built on an open-top three-wheel platform.

The base version of the Azkarra is equipped with a single 75 kW motor powering the rear wheel, but the company claims it could achieve an acceleration from 0 to 62 mph in 4.5 seconds due to its low weight of 480 kg (~1,050 lbs).

The performance version of the vehicle, which Girfalco is calling ‘Azkarra S’, is equipped with a second electric motor powering the front wheels for a total peak power output of 225 kW. The company claims it could bring the 0 to 62 mph acceleration down to only 2.5 seconds.

The startup didn’t reveal anything about the battery pack, but it claims that each version can achieve a range of about 125 miles (~200 km).

The vehicles will retail for around the same price as the T-Rex. The Azkarra starts at $67,500 CAD ($51,000 USD) and the Azkarra S starts at $97,500 CAD ($74,000). The company is only planning to make about 100 units starting next year.

They released several images of the concept yesterday:

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