The Exagon Furtive-eGT 400 BHP Electric Supercar Featured On F Gear TV

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A detailed video has surfaced on fGearTV showcasing Exagon's Furtive-eGT electric supercar and it is very appealing.

(Video Below)

According to the fGearTV the motor powering the 400BHP car is 2 Siemens water-cooled motors (148 kW each) which generate 402 hp from 5,000 to 10,000 rpm and 516 Nm from 0 to 5,000 rpm of Torque.

Below is a detailed list that was provided in the caption of the the video released by fGearTV, showing the incredible attention to detail and design on the Furtive-eGT which, according Christophe Desplace, is the machine that Exagon has created to set the benchmark in the supercar electric world.

List According to fGearTV and Exagon's Website


SAFT lithium-ion batterie without memory effect and highly recyclable
Capacity: 53 kWh
Minimum battery capacity after 3,000 cycles (= ? 10 years): over 80%


Carbon fibre and honeycomb monocoque weighing 124 kg
All-carbon fibre bodywork
Beringer brakes developed specially for the Furtive-eGT
Front brakes: ventilated disc (380 mm).

Callipers with 6 pistons
Rear brakes: ventilated disc (360 mm).

Callipers with 4 pistons
Deceleration: 1.2 G (one of the best braking performances in the world)
Energy recovery during deceleration and braking
Front wheel: 8.5''x 20''
Rear wheel: 11''x 20''
Front tyres: Michelin PSS 245/35 ZR20
Rear tyres: Michelin PSS 305/30 ZR20

Transmission and suspensions

Type of transmission: rear-wheel drive with self-locking differential
Gearbox: three-speed, automated gearbox with constant torque developed by Exagon
Double wishbone suspension front and rear made of Cobapress aluminium

Watch the Video