GFG’s ‘Bandini Dora’ Is An E-Supercar Penned By An Italian Auto Design Legend

Almost a year to the day after unveiled its Kangaroo electric supercar at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, Italian firm, GFG Style is back with a trio of ultra-sleek new fully-electric concept designs with the Vision 2030, Vision 2030 Desert Raid, and the Bandini Dora. Modeled after Bandini-raced cars from the latter half of last century, the concept was penned by legendary automotive designer, Giorgetto Giugiaro — who has designed vehicles for Ducati, Bugatti, Lamborghini, and Ferrari, among many others — with assistance from his son, Fabrizio.

The Dora is a two-seat 4WD supercar that’s power by a pair of electric motors that allow for a top speed of 155mph, a 0-60mph time of 3.3 seconds, and a 400kW (536hp) power output. Extremely low profile and boasting a slippery, aerodynamic silhouette, the Dora offers a range of 280 miles. The concept boasts a unique design, with lines that run the entire length of the car, starting ahead of the front wheel, sweeping up over the windows and culminating in a rear wing. The vehicle’s headlight arrangement is also an area of note, with a pair of upside-down, fang-shaped LEDs running vertically on either side of the front end that runs horizontally across the nose, connecting the two beams.

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