Fastest Supercar in the World, the Tomahawk Electric Car, set for 2018 production


Even though the Tomahawk Electric Car will feature just 800 bhp, which is a far cry from the Bugatti Chiron’s whopping 1,479 bhp, the car’s 100 kWh, lithium-ion battery powerplant and 1000 lb-ft of torque will launch it from 0-60 mph in just 2 seconds when in Race Mode. That’s 0.5 seconds faster than what the Chiron promises. Even in Street Mode the Tomahawk will still impress with a 0-60 mph sprint in just 4 seconds. The all-wheel drive car’s four electric motors will offer a range of 370 miles and will feature an even weight distribution of 50 percent in the front and 50 percent at the rear.

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The Tomahawk's wide body design and sharp aggressive lines lend added power to the impressive 0-60 sprint time of 2 seconds, making it one of the fastest cars in the world. Dubuc Motors, the company bringing the sports car to market has announced that the new 2018 model will be produced in the thousands; appropriately intended for a niche market within the luxury segment.

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With a host of innovative technologies and a refined look from its prototype, the production model will be a force to be reckoned with as much for its breathtaking acceleration as for its convenience for daily commuting. A carbon fiber body and chassis dress the Tomahawk while the scissor doors invigorate its exotic look on the outside, the opulence of the interior invites comfort and connectivity in a sleek cabin along with an extra row of seats to appreciate the experience.

"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" says co founder Mike Kakogiannakis. The four motors supplying demented acceleration are independently coupled to each wheel for a balanced traction that can be used in either race or street mode depending on the senses evoked, promising an appealing alternative for drivers.

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