Alcraft Motor Company showcased Alcraft GT

Alcraft Motor Company revealed the first car design. An electric car startup headquartered in Towcester, UK, announces the concept of an Alcraft GT hatchback and launches a crowdfunding campaign at Indiegogo to bring the vehicle to scale production in 2019 and ambitious as a new icon of the future of British cars.

Tinuku Alcraft Motor Company showcased Alcraft GT

Alcraft Motor Company was founded by entrepreneur David Alcraft and built the core team including former Morgan Motor Company, Charles Morgan, former CEO of the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, Christopher Macgowan, Morgan's designer Matt Humphries, and former senior executives of Toyota, Daewoo and Michelin, Mark Carbery.

The company claims to have signed an agreement with several important partners to build the new vehicle with Delta Motorsport for for electric drivetrains and battery systems, Continental for safety systems and Michelin for tires.

"We want to build a British car company which brings together traditional skills and high technology for the emerging low carbon car market," said David Alcraft as Founder and Managing Director of Alcraft Motor Company.



"We’re about combining great design, outstanding dynamics and the visceral thrill of electric powertrains to create products that are high in performance and desirability but very usable. We hope this will establish a niche For Alcraft Motor in Britain’s renowned specialist low-volume car industry," said Alcraft.

Alcraft GT has a very sporty and practical concept where the luggage area is 500 liters at the rear. The car to accommodate two passengers has a range of 300 miles in a single T-shaped battery packed behind the driver's seat.

The company claims torque of 840 lb ft and 600hp with four wheel drive, torque vector, and light weight to produce acceleration 0-62mph in 3.5 seconds. The design of the pillars and the structure of the carbon fiber roof is part of the aesthetics, but serves as a safety cell with a very lightweight cabin.

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