Drako Dragon SUV
Its predecessor, the Drako GTE, was a 1200-horsepower electric designed around the Fisker Karma. Now they surprise us again with an SUV, and with the same target: electric hypercar for the whole family.
Designed and built to redefine the world's perception of automotive performance, style and luxury, the Dragon is an all-new supercar - something that wasn't possible before.
The Drako Dragon will be fully electric, and Drako makes some bold claims about the vehicle's capabilities. Is expected to go from zero to 100km/h in 1.9 seconds and top speed in excess of 322km/h (200mph). Just 22 examples will be built at a price of 1.25 million dollars.
Those heady numbers are delivered by a 2,000-horsepower quad-motor setup and an in-house developed battery. Drako says there will be adaptive "three-stage" suspension and individual control of torque at each wheel.
Its cabin will be surprisingly spacious, offering more real estate than you typically find in an ordinary SUV. The Drako Dragon's lines are the work of Lowie Vermeersch, the former Pininfarina design director.
Earlier this year, after nearly three years of top-secret planning and construction at McMurtry headquarters, they were finally ready to show the world what they had in mind, the McMurtry Spéirling. McMurtry made a fantastic debut at the GoodWood Festival of Speed
The McMurtry Spéirling is a fast and efficient track weapon, and with that all-important noise factor petrol fans crave. As the car spins the fans that generate downforce, it attracts the ears, eyes and minds of passersby who are exploring the cars on display. Like the famous Brabham, McMurty uses a fan to significantly increase downforce.
McMurtry Spéirling's project began in 2016 with the goal of designing and building the ultimate racing car without compromise; its design revolves around the twin goals of driver engagement and vehicle performance.
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