The Italian company GFG Style unveiled its latest limited-edition electric supercar, Bandini Dora, with a topless barcheita at the Poltu Quatu Classic on the Italian island of Sardinia,media reported. It is understood that Dora is built on a dual-motor AWD drive system with a maximum output of 536 horsepower and a peak torque of 680 Nm.
The chassis is an aluminum space frame, with motors and inverters mounted on the axle. Unlike a typical car battery, the design places two battery boxes in the middle of the car, between the two seats, and the rest behind the seat, placing most of the batteries behind the center of the car.
With a 90kWh battery capacity, Dora can travel more than 450 kilometers on a single charge, according to GFG Style. In terms of performance, it can accelerate by 100 km in 3.3 seconds, while the top speed is limited to 250km/h, which makes sense.
The body, naturally using carbon fiber material. As a barchetta, it has no roof at all. The wall-style feature allows Dora to shake a wrap-around windshield that looks as if it extends to the back of a door as a whole.
Behind the cab, a side-turning rod is presented as an aesthetic element, connecting the two rear wheel arches to form a flat curve. The car doesn’t have a shunt, diffuser, shrapnel or other wind tunnel feature, a cruiser that can be driven from a casino to the beach, rather than a lap-speed predator.
Inside the car, there is a video game appearance, a U-shaped steering wheel, a “no switch” design concept – using a touch screen instead of a mechanical button or switch.
It is reported that the name Bandini comes from a small Italian sports car company, the company was founded between 1946 and 1992, and in the 1950s and 1960s on the United States circuit has some success. Resurrected by founder Ilario Bandini’s great-grandson, the name will once again make the name shine in the automotive world. The name Dora commemorates the mother of GFG Style founder Giorgetto and Fabrizio Giugiaro.