Exagon Motors Furtive-eGT Presentation – Videos

JAN 10 2015 BY MARK KANE 5

The Furtive-eGT

The Furtive-eGT

Exagon Motors’ website seems to have been quiet for a long time now, so we don’t really know what is going on at the French company, nor do we know how sales of the luxury, low-volume Furtive-eGT are developing.

The car itself costs over $500,000, custom order only.

Its performance, like acceleration from 0 to 62 mph in 3.5 seconds, slips behind latest Tesla Model S P85D, which matches the Furtive-eGT with two motors and AWD.

Tesla Model S, as a larger car, has a larger battery pack (85 kWh versus 53 kWh), more power and offers more space (Furtive-eGT is 2+2 seater but with two trunks – front and rear).

Furtive-eGT probably still has a chance to attract customers looking for a more classic and luxury interior.

Here is one of only a few presentations of Furtive-eGT available today:

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Instead I’ll take a P85D, Roadster and Model X with enough left over to send my son to college.

Jeff D

Too expensive for something that looks like a fancy Mitsubishi Eclipse.


but this car is better than the BMW i8.


is the indoor of the mitsubishi eclipse made full leather by Hermes ?? imbecile


I completely don’t get it. What’s the market for a car like this?

The question isn’t whether there are people who’d be willing to drop $500K on a car — there are some.
However, how many of them would be willing to buy one from a tiny company nobody’s ever heard of? Where did this company get the serious resources to develop a high-performance EV? Has it done enough testing and driven prototypes enough miles to ensure minimal reliability? What happens if it goes belly-up — where will owners get service & support?

True, a similar argument can be used against many small high-end luxury/sport car manufacturers, but it’s a matter of degree: Most of the latter do have a proven history of automotive engineering, and are backed by larger automotive groups.