Drako Supercars

November 16, 2021

Perception lags reality. It’s one of those ideas that, once understood, seems like it should be obvious. A thing happens in reality, and it takes a little while before we (the observers of reality) perceive it. The fireworks explode overhead, and a second later we hear the boom. Electric cars blow past internal combustion engines, and it takes a while to hear the– whirr? Hum? Whatever it is, it’s here. This is the Quad Motor Drako GTE. It is 100% electric, and 100% the most powerful series-built vehicle ever to hit public roads.

Yeah, we know about the new Lotus. We know about the hybrid Ferrari, too. Heck, we even know about the new electric Freightliner semi-truck … and they’re not even close. The Drako GTE’s electric motors are pushing an unbelievable 6,491 lb-ft of torque to the car’s tires.

For those of you keeping score, that number is nearly eight (8) times more than the figure recorded from a Tesla Model S P100D and, crucially, more than three times greater than the most powerful internal-combustion powered street car this writer has ever driven, the 1700HP Switzer/Nissan Goliath GTR.

As you look into the press release and explore the photo gallery, you may find that the Drako GTE looks a bit familiar. It should, because it borrows its basic unibody with the Fisker Karma/Karma Revero— and that’s OK by us, because we think the Fisker-penned lines are some of the sleekest and most stylish in the business.

You’re right, guys. we’re just gushing at this point. Check out the photos, below, and check out this special “Supercars Episode” of the Electrify Expo podcast to hear more about it.

Drako Supercars

November 14, 2021

Perception lags reality. It’s one of those ideas that, once understood, seems like it should be obvious. A thing happens in reality, and it takes a little while before we (the observers of reality) perceive it. The fireworks explode overhead, and a second later we hear the boom. Electric cars blow past internal combustion engines, and it takes a while to hear the– whirr? Hum? Whatever it is, it’s here. This is the Quad Motor Drako GTE. It is 100% electric, and 100% the most powerful series-built vehicle ever to hit public roads.

Yeah, we know about the new Lotus. We know about the hybrid Ferrari, too. Heck, we even know about the new electric Freightliner semi-truck … and they’re not even close. The Drako GTE’s electric motors are pushing an unbelievable 6,491 lb-ft of torque to the car’s tires.

For those of you keeping score, that number is nearly eight (8) times more than the figure recorded from a Tesla Model S P100D and, crucially, more than three times greater than the most powerful internal-combustion powered street car this writer has ever driven, the 1700HP Switzer/Nissan Goliath GTR.

As you look into the press release and explore the photo gallery, you may find that the Drako GTE looks a bit familiar. It should, because it borrows its basic unibody with the Fisker Karma/Karma Revero— and that’s OK by us, because we think the Fisker-penned lines are some of the sleekest and most stylish in the business.

You’re right, guys. we’re just gushing at this point. Check out the photos, below, and check out this special “Supercars Episode” of the Electrify Expo podcast to hear more about it.

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