The company behind the car is E-GO Motors and according to CarDesign the design study could actually enter limited production. E-GO is currently developing a working prototype of the car but are limited by a lack of investment. To keep costs low, one option for E-GO is to borrow a platform from Mitsubishi.
However, many of the car’s features will be unique to it, such as the proposed 19in alloys, touchscreen instrument panels, and a twin-turbo V6 engine with more than 500hp (373kW). Drive will be sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission and much of the mechanical package will be co-developed with Russia’s own National Instruments.
Other details include an active air-suspension system, plus 425mm carbon-ceramic front brake rotors and 342mm rear units.