The British company Apex Motors is preparing to enter the market of electric sports cars. Her first-car will be a two-seater coupe called AP-0, a fully electric sports car. The AP-0 was originally intended to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show (cancelled because of the coronavirus).

The Apex AP-0 will be a true race-oriented sports car, although the company promises to obtain certification for admission to public roads. The 650 hp electric drive enables the sprint from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.3 seconds and a top speed of over 300 km / h.

Apex AP-0 fully electric sports car

The 1.2-ton lightweight sports car is particularly noteworthy in view of a 90-kilowatt hour battery, which should allow a range of up to 515 kilometres (WLTP). Fast charging technology should enable the battery to be charged up to 80% in just 15 minutes.

Apex AP-0 fully electric sports car

A feature of the model will be the use of a single motor, while competitors usually use a twin-engine layout. If the design of the AP-0 seems so aggressive, it is because its creators wanted to give it the air of a dragon.

The AP-0 now presented is a concept car but Apex is already taking pre-orders. It is estimated that the cost of one copy will be about 165,000 euros.

Apex AP-0 fully electric sports car

In addition to its great sporting qualities and supercar performance, the Apex AP-0 electric car is equipped with a complex autonomous level 3 driving system, upgradeable in the future up to a level 4. All Adas systems receive information on the environment surrounding by the roof-mounted Lidar sensor, while the AR Race Instructor system projects the ideal trajectories for a sporty and safe ride in augmented reality.

Image Gallery

The history of the Spirra dates back to the beginning of the 1990s when Han-chul Kim and his wife Ji-sun Choi, both talented automotive experts, quit their jobs in leading Korean car companies...read more

Audi presents the highlight of the IAA 2009: the e-tron, a high-performance sports car with a purely electric drive system. Four motors – two each at the front and rear axles – drive the wheels,...read more

The Renault Zoe ZE Concept demonstrates that an all-electric zero-emission car can still be stylish. The Zoe ZE Concept is equipped with technology that extends the vehicle's range...read more

Following the successful introduction of the Panamera in 2009, Porsche is expanding the model range by introducing two new versions of the Gran Turismo; the Panamera...read more

The 2019 Ford Focus ST Sportbreak has been unveiled by the American brand. It is the family variant of the sportiest version of the range, until the new RS arrives, of course. A car...read more

The new Maserati MC20 combines 630hp, innovative engine technology, a state-of-the-art chassis, and spectacular design. The new MC20 sports car is the most...read more

Categories