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Genovation's 800-horsepower Corvette EV to debut at 2018 CES
2017/12/29  Viknesh Vijayenthiran

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Genovation, an engineering skunkworks based in Rockville, Maryland, is
almost ready to show its Corvette-based electric sports car. The company has
confirmed the debut will take place next month at the 2018 Consumer
Electronics Show [

Called the Genovation Extreme Electric (GXE), the car in prototype form hit
a top speed of 209 mph during testing back in February [
]. It also hit a standing mile record speed for electric cars of 190.4 mph.

While the prototype was based on a C6 Corvette Z06, the production GXE will
actually use C7 Corvette Grand Sport as its donor. The car will also feature
some unique visual treatments to ensure it stands out. You’ll notice the
revised front bumper and round taillights. Genovation says it chose the
Corvette as the donor due to the lightweight frame but also as a nod to
American engineering.

The company plans to build just 75 GXEs in total, each priced from $750,000.
That’s certainly steep but if you want similar performance from an electric
car you’re going to have to step up to the million-dollar-plus Rimac

Power in the GXE comes from two electric motors delivering a peak 800
horsepower and 700 pound-feet of torque. The motors are positioned at either
end of the car to create a 50:50 weight distribution, and uniquely they send
their drive to the rear wheels only. Yes, they power a common shaft. Also
unique as far as electric cars are concerned is the availability of 7-speed
manual transmission. An automatic is standard.

Performance claims for the GXE include a 0-60 mph time of less than 3.0
seconds and a top speed of over 220 mph.

Genovation isn’t providing details on the battery though we know it will
have a 60-kilowatt-hour capacity. We also know the car will be fitted with
carbon fiber wheels.

Genovation plans to start deliveries of the GXE in 2019. With the money
raised, the company plans to develop a more affordable electric sports car
dubbed the G2.

The Consumer Electronics Show kicks off on January 9 ...
[© foxnews.com]

Meet the electric Corvette with more power than a Dodge ...
December 28, 2017  The Genovation GXE isn't a wild, unattainable concept
car; not quite. It's headed to production but the Maryland-based company
will cap availability at only 75 units, presumably to maintain a sense of
exclusivity. Pricing starts at $750,000 and ...
It Looks Like That 220 MPH All-Electric Corvette Is Actually Happening
December 28, 2017  Genovation Cars has been teasing images of their supercar
hitting more than 200 mph ever since announcing plans to make an
all-electric Corvette in late 2016. Now, ahead of the car's debut at this
year's Consumer Electronic Show, Genovation has unveiled some of the cars'
final specs, including a top speed in excess of ...
220-MPH, 800-HP Electric Corvette Detailed Ahead CES Debut (v)
Dec 28, 2017   Originally announced in October 2016 by Maryland-based
Genovation Cars, the GXE will finally make its debut in pre-production metal
on January 9 on the occasion of the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in
Las Vegas. Along with the disclosure about the performance EV's long-awaited
public unveiling ... (video)

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in alloys to make jet turbines, and ... demand for cobalt greater right now
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