Québec-based startup Dubuc Motors has been trying to bring to market its all-electric supercar, the Tomahawk, for the past few years and this week, it finally announced its plans for production in 2018.
The company released its production specs and if they can really achieve them, it would be extremely impressive.
Last year, Dubuc Motors launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $25 million to build the Tomahawk and now says that they attracted “hundreds of investors”.
Co-founder Mike Kakogiannakis commented on the release of the production specs this week:
“We are pushing the envelope in terms of what is possible in the automotive industry to create a wow experience for our customers every time they get behind the wheel.”
The list is indeed impressive:
- 800 Horsepower
- 1000 Pounds-feet of torque
- 0-60 mph in 2 seconds when in Race Mode, 4 seconds in Street mode
- 1.2 G-force in cornering
- 100 kWh, lithium-ion battery
- 370 Mile range
- Lightweight Carbon Fiber Body
- Lightweight Carbon Fiber Chassis
- All-wheel drive
- Four electric motors
- 2+2 seating
- Four leather racing seats
- Leather and carbon fiber surfaces
- Onboard computer
- Live 360 degree camera
- Front and rear cargo area
- Active safety technologies
- Collision avoidance and automatic emergency braking
- Even weight distribution of 50% in the front and 50% at the rear
- Length 188″
- Wheelbase 110″
- Width 80″
- Height 47,5″
Here are a few pictures and a video of the car:
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