Alcraft GT Shooting Brake

Oct 4, 2017

Category: Rides

Meet the new electric vehicle start-up company looking to step up to the plate and challenge Tesla for a slice of the rapidly growing EV market. Dubbed the Alcraft GT, from the British Alcraft Motor Company, the goal here is to have these vehicles hitting the road as soon as 2019.

Here’s the interesting part. Alcraft is actually crowdfunding the project in order to have interested individuals play a part in getting this company off the ground as well as reserving their ride before they go (hopefully) into production. As for the car itself, the GT comes in the form of a shooting brake complete with ample cabin and storage space. It’s also powered by a three motor all-wheel-drive powertrain that pushes out 600 horses and 840lb-ft of torque from under the hood. Combined, the Alcraft GT hits 0-62mph in just 3.5 seconds and boasts a range of 300 miles on a full charge.

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