The Elextra company will take Geneva a tough rival for the Tesla Model S P100D

For a few years, Tesla has been the leading company in the development and production of fully electric, high autonomy and high-performance vehicles. In addition, the company and products of Elon Musk are also very advanced in systems of assistance to the driving or “semi-autonomous” driving. These are the reasons why you are in the spotlight of many manufacturers, wanting to find your success.

One of the new companies that have come to light thanks to the electrification of the vehicles is Elextra. This company shows us some teaser images of its next model, which will be unveiled in full the next day 7 at the Geneva Motor Show. His design, which is visible in the images, seems to be that of an Italian supercar, but the truth is that its body will have four doors, and can house in the passenger room up to four occupants.

Again we have to quote Tesla, in this case, the Tesla Model S P100D, and we do it for the benefits. The model of Elextra, we are assured, will be able to perform accelerations from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.3 seconds; Figures very similar to those of the product of Elon Musk as we saw some time ago in this video and faster than many super sports cars of 200,000 euros. A pity that this company has not yet decided on the propulsion system, power, and autonomy.

The company Elextra has the Swiss designer Robert Palm and the businessman Poul Sohl. The model to be unveiled in Geneva has been designed in Switzerland but will be produced by hand in Germany, near Stuttgart. And since we talk about production, it seems that, for the moment, its manufacture will be limited to only a hundred units. Elon Musk, you may have been a tough opponent!


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