According tomedia reports, another near-crazy electric supercar was born, it is The Freedom of The Nation. It’s a beast-class super-run with a sweet look and an output of up to 1903 horsepower and a gull-winged door. The car is understood to be the result of six years of hard work by Elation founders Carlos Satulovsky, Mauro Saravia Acosta and Pablo Barragan.
Elation Freedom itself has a refreshing look. It looks a bit like a mixture of Jesko and C8 Corvette, but it has a pair of luxurious gull-wing doors, an artificial mid-engine room for luggage and eye-catching carbon fiber materials. It is understood that the weight of the body through the use of carbon fiber is only about 3,637 pounds (1650 kg).
The powertrade uses three motors, each with two versions – 1 MW (1427 horsepower) and 1.4 MW (2003 horsepower), both with shaft torque peaks of 1440 NK M. In addition, the overspeed front axle is powered by a single-speed transmission, but the rear axle is driven by a proprietary two-speed arrangement. This allows the car to accelerate 100km in just 1.8 seconds, while its electronics can reach a top speed of 260mph (418km/h).
In the case of batteries, you can see a structurally mounted T-battery pack consisting of 100 kW or 120 kW-hour lithium-manganese nickel batteries. That makes the electric overs run up to 300 or 400 miles (482km or 644km), which is not a lot to be honest, but those who believe the car’s buyers will never drive it to travel.
As for the price — $2 million. Now, someone has booked this electric overseyer.