Artega car maker has unveiled new car sport electric construct, and elctrical version of its mid-engine sports car, it’s named 2011 Artega SE Concept. The 2011 Artega SE electric vehicle concept was presented at the 81st edition of the well-known Geneva Motor Show, aiming to offer its potential customers an efficient combination between environmental responsability and the passion for automobiles.
The vehicle is most likely going to be introduced in the late summer of 2011 and, if it receives a positive feedback from the public, it could reach the markets by April 2012. It is possible to make up to 500 vehicles per year without compromising the extremely high quality standards the company has set for itself.
The Artega SE is powered by two electric motors on the rearward axle with a full end product of 280 kilowatt (380 H.P.). The two railway locomotives control independently, with each ramming one of the rearward bicycles. The Artega SE speeds up from zero to 100 kilometre h in just 4.3 seconds (4.8 seconds with a combustion engine). Granting to the New European Driving Cycle measure, the Artega SE has a reach of 300 kms.
The Artega SE electrical energy is affirmed by twelve electric battery mental faculties are located in the rear of the vehicle and four in the movement. All of the batteries are water cooled and produce a amount of 37 kilowatt hours and a token potential difference of 350 VA The full weight unit of the electric battery system is 310 kilogram.
There are no limits to the colors available (for example, the version presented at the Geneva Motor Show will be in Suzuka grey metallic with the matching upholstery in two colors, black leather for the door trim and the instrument panel and red leather for the rest of the upholstery), while the front hood appears to be made of carbon reinforced plastic.