Review: Alcraft GT EV

The Alcraft GT EV, although not electric supercar, will boast a three-motor, four-wheel-drive set up, offerin a  total power and torque output in excess of 600bhp and 800lb ft. According to simulations, 0-62mph will take 3.5 seconds. The exterior features exposed carbonfibre B-pillars, which form a lightweight safety cell together with the roof structure. Glass features heavily in the roof and the wraparound windscreen gives the car a distinct visual ‘flow’. Handling is helped by the fact that the weight is only 1700kg; around 75% of a Tesla Model S.

The GT has been designed and engineered to be either battery-only or equipped with a range-extender. It has also been designed so that it can be either a two-seater or a 2+2.

Having completed prototype and concept stage, the Alcraft GT is ready to go into production for 2019

Key Specifications

  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: GT
  • First available: October 2019
  • Electric/Hybrid: Electric
  • Seats: 4
  • Acceleration to 100km/h (60mph): 3.5s
  • Range: 300 miles 482 km

Range & Battery

  • Battery options

    • Battery model: Lithium Ion
    • Battery capacity: TBC
    • Battery Power: TBC
    • Battery Range: 482 km
    • Electric drive unit: 4 wheel drive & 3 motors at 600 HP
  • Charge time

    • Type of charger: TBC
    • Fast charge time: TBC
    • Full charge time: TBC

Innovation & Self-driving

Alcraft say the car will have cutting-edge connectivity and apps to make the user experience as seamless as possible and allow performance software updates. The cabin design is described as responsible luxury – leather is used, but not at the expense of weight or a clean, contemporary design.

The Alcraft GT also boasts a 500 liter load space capacity, or about 132 US gallons, and what it calls “a slide-out loading platform giving access to a 500-liter luggage area which can accommodate two golf bags and trolleys.”


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