Powered by two 148kW Siemens electric motors, total output of the Furtive e-GT is just under 300kW of power and a whopping 516Nm of torque. Power is taken to the rear wheels via a three-speed transmission.
Thanks to an ultra-lightweight carbon/aluminium chassis that weighs just 124kg, Exagon claims the Furtive e-GT will accelerate from zero to 100km/h in just 3.5 seconds, with a top speed of 250km/h.
The Furtive's 53kWh battery pack is manufactured by French battery manufacturer Saft, and stores enough energy to power it for around 320km. Exagon also claims the battery will retain at least 80 percent of its charger over after 3000 charging cycles.
The interior, like the exterior, is conservative but stylish, and can be tailored to the owner's preference by Exagon. Indeed, with every Furtive e-GT being hand-made, Exagon expects that no two cars will be the same.
Exagon says the Furtive e-GT, which was announced at the Geneva Motor Show in 2013, already has a healthy number of names in its order book.
With a cost of around half a million US dollars, prospective owners will need to have very deep pockets though.