More than two years in the making, Apollo has revealed its G2J “rolling engineering prototype” for an electric supercar.
That is a fancy way of saying the Apollo Future Mobility Group is basically just a testbed of new technology, drawing on “a network of wholly-owned specialist centres of excellence in design, advanced development, engineering and powertrain design across the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan respectively.”
That is a fancy way of saying a bunch of companies are tossing all sorts of gadgets and doodads into a rolling electric car chassis. Drawing on Italian styling inside and out, the G2J lacks extras such as an infotainment system but still boasts “digital ecosystem technologies”, whatever those are.
Despite being in development for two years, Apollo has not given us the slightest hint about what sort of performance we can expect from the electric powertrain. Apollo does apparently have serious machinations though for building it, stating:
“The beautiful form of this test car is just a hint of the future design of a series of performance cars that will take the Apollo hypercar DNA and apply it to create the most exciting sporting focused EVs on the planet.”
SOURCE | IMAGE: ELECTRICCARREPORT.
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