The electric vehicle market is rising at a quick rate. And 2021 Geneva Motor will be showcasing a dozen new electric vehicles and hybrid concept cars. One of them is Elektron, an electric hypercar. The company behind the concept is Elektron Innovativ. They intend to build the hypercar in Italy’s Motor Valley area, next to brands like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Pagani.
The upcoming hypercar has a claimed output of 1,341 horsepower (1,000 kilowatts) and selling for a projected price of €330,000 to €350,000 ($372,500 to $395,000 at current exchange rates). Elektron’s rendering have been presented in front of the world. And the vehicle is set to debut in the 2021 Geneva Motor show.
The hypercar, Elektron will have a composite monocoque using a mix of carbon, aramid, and biofiber. The rendering shows the design resemblance to many hypercar concepts, but the tail has some heavy angles for downforce.
“The Elektron was created to be a sports car brand,” company founder Armağan Arabul said. “I don’t think of making any 4-door model. If there is such a thought in the future, I can consider doing it under another sister’s brand. However, when it comes to two-wheelers, I can consider seeing the Elektron logo on an e-superbike. That would be wonderful.”
For now the company, Elektron Innovativ has an aim of just 140 of this electric hypercar, each year.