Supercars, high-powered, underground and low in tire fat, Usually Ice and snow are not the best vehicles. However, Droco Motors has just shown that its GTE Supercar EV can be an exception to that rule, thanks to something called a separate motor and torque-vectoring in each cycle. It has released videos streaming around GTE Ice-black track And high altitude Ice lake, Which looks like a high degree of control with
Draco first drove his car to Colombo’s steamboat springs and hit one after another around a purpose-built driving circuit covered with a fairly deep and uneven snow surface. It then goes to Georgetown Lake, 8,500 feet above sea level, with some fantastic radical drifting drivers, donuts, an incredibly long side slide and spinning (tank turn) in place. The second is something you can only do with a real torque-vector system, as the left and right wheels rotate in opposite directions. Elevation can be a challenge for any natural-aspiring ICE car.
$ 1.25 million Draco GTE uses Fisher action Shapely body Reverro OEM at the top of the EV platform of action. Each wheel is driven by its own motor, allowing the torque of each wheel to be driven separately in certain parts – all controlled by Darko Drives software. The company claims that the GTE can produce 1,200 horsepower and a ridiculous 6,500-pound torque, providing a top speed of 206 mph. It has a 90 kWh battery but Draco has yet to deliver this range.
Draco was founded by Silicon Valley billionaire Dean Draco and Shiva Sikand, who created the GTE because they Not found The one EV they chose will be distributed at মাত্র 1.25 million each, with only 25 EVs in production now.