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Poul Sohl and Robert Palm announced Elextra EV supercar in 100 km/h under 2.3 seconds and four-door

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Tinuku ~ Danish entrepreneurs and Swiss designer announced design Elextra EV supercar, four-door, four seats and four-wheel-drive. Switzerland and Germany start-up company EV car have been flirting the highest technology and will be produced in limited with about 100 units.

Tinuku Poul Sohl and Robert Palm announced Elextra EV supercar in 100 kmh under 2.3 seconds and four-door

Elextra has revealed about the new car, but the cabin to carry four people in acceleration 0-100 km/h (62 mph) under 2.3 seconds from electric powertrain to drive four-wheel-drive. The car is Elextra project design with ultra-exclusive and luxurious on track NextEV NIO EP9, Faraday Future FF91 and Lucid Air motors.

Elextra is the idea of a Danish businessman Poul Sohl and Swiss automotive designer Robert Palm to bring the design of low, sleek, beautiful and the most advanced technology. EV will be built in Germany as the best platform in the world of electric vehicles, although the company has yet to reveal one of the underlying technology.

"The car will be built near Stuttgart, Germany, by one of the world's leading companies specialized in manufacturing the highest quality," said the start-up.

Tinuku.com Poul Sohl and Robert Palm announced Elextra EV supercar in 100 kmh under 2.3 seconds and four-door

Side profile of zero-emission car is a low wedge and had four doors for four seats, while the front end features a corner as a pointed nose. Horizontal rear lights extends below two typical floating cantilever. Further details are promised in the coming months.

"The idea behind Elextra is to combine pure lines are reminiscent of the Italian supercar the most interesting of past, while paired with today's most advanced technology," said start-up.

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