It weighs just 738 kg, with an all-carbon fiber frame. The 722 hp engine makes the prototype reach from zero to 100 km/h in 2,54 seconds, and reach around 308 km/h of top speed.
One of the most interesting details of the Ekonk is the air-cooled battery developed with tech of nanoparticles rather than the liquid-cooled system used by other modern electric cars.
Thanks to this, there is a 70% reduction in system components, reducing weight and increasing the performance of the vehicle.
For now, it's a one-person prototype, which is due out in limited series soon. But the technologies developed for him will be used in the company's other electric vehicles.
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