Exagon's Furtive eGT Hits 240 km/h at Nordschleife
Racing driver Sabine Schmitz has tested the Furtive eGT, an electric car out- fitted with Siemens’ motors, on the Nordschleife (north loop) of the Nürburgring – the world-famous racing track.
This circuit, nicknamed the ‘green hell’ is considered the ultimate performance test for a sports car.
The Furtive eGT, from the French auto- motive manufacturer Exagon Motors, achieved a top speed of nearly 240 km/h on the 20-km-long Nordschleife.
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