Geneva’s International Auto Show was cancelled at the last minute, and on Friday, local time, the Swiss government decided to ban all events attended by more than 1,000 people to slow the spread of the new coronavirus,media reported. That means people won’t see the release of high-end cars on media preview day, but more information about them will be available in the coming weeks.
In this regard, themedia newatlas on the inventory of a concept car that people may like – 2030. The car was designed by GFG Style, a design firm founded by former Italian design brothers Giorgetto Giugiar and Fabrizio Giugiar. After showing off the Kangaroo super SUV at last year’s Geneva Motor Show, the company has now brought the 2030.
To commemorate Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 project, which reduces the country’s dependence on oil revenues, 2030 has been transformed into a four-wheel-drive electric monster based on an aluminum chassis and all-carbon body. There are no specific power data, but the company says it can accelerate 100km/h in 3.5 seconds, with a top speed of 200km/h (on any terrain) and a range of about 365km.
The first feeling of the interior is smooth, angular, refreshing, two electronic screens are located behind the steering wheel and in front of the center console. As for the exterior of the car is also very interesting, it does not show an interest in ultra-high-speed driving, as can be seen from the GFC’s abandonment of many aerodynamic elements. Open the rear cover and you can see the neatly arranged batteries.
As for the off-road capability of 2030, let’s judge ourselves from the figure. Although it certainly has a higher driving height than the average over-run, its body is still very low.
So far, all you’ve seen is some renderings. It has been learned that GFG Style will be streaming the car to fans in a few days’ time.