Meet the seriously quick and efficient G4 supercar, built by Japanese company Green Lord Motors (GLM), originally founded by former Sony CEO Nobuyuki Idei.
Some people call this brand the “Japanese Tesla”, which is about as high a praise as you can get considering how nobody’s actually managed to get close to what Tesla does on a production level.
GLM did need to work alongside Dutch company Savage Rivale in order to build the G4, and you can definitely see the similarities between this concept and the Savage Rivale petrol-powered car – except that one is powered by a GM-sourced 6.2-liter V8.
With the G4, we’re talking full electric power where the batteries have been split between the two axles so that overall balance could be as on point as possible. Also, according to Autoblog, having former Nissan and Toyota engineers work on the G4 project definitely helped GLM.
Of course, since this is a supercar, we’re guessing you’re all curious to know how fast it can get from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph), and the answer to that question is 3.7 seconds. It’s all thanks to a total output of 540 HP (from the two electric motors), plus a hefty 1,000 Nm (737 lb-ft) of torque.
Its range is said to be around 400 km (248 miles), which is pretty darn impressive if you ask us.