Geneva 2013: All-Electric Exagon Furtive-eGT Gets Priced At $585,000

In the past year we have seen major automakers start to shy away from mass-market, affordable electric vehicles in an effort to cater to a wealthier kind of customer. Exagon Motors is a much smaller outfit, with ambitions of building a powerful electric supercar, and they’ve actually gone and produced a production model that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show this week.

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Was The Audi R8 e-tron Killed Because Its Too Slow?

Last week the electric vehicle world was rocked by the news that the Audi R8 e-tron electric supercar had been put on hold…or possibly even cancelled. While rumors suggested the cost of the batteries might be the culprit, but now speculation suggests that it might be the R8 e-tron’s speed, or lackthereof, that has caused Audi to reconsider production plans.

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Exagon Furtive eGT EV Supercar Sales Beginning In 2013

Pure electric cars may not have a lot of buyers among the common people, but the uber wealthy can’t get enough of them. Electric sports car builders are popping up left and right with the promise of delivering an electrifying driving experience, but few are as far along as the Exagon Furtive eGT, which has announced that their EV supercar will begin limited sales next year.

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