A Lebanese electric car maker Electra is revealing its first car called “Quds” (“Jerusalem”) to be launched in Q2 of 2020.
According to the company, the car is equipped with a lithium-ion battery that allows an impressive driving range of 500 to 800 kilometers and acceleration to 100 kilometers per hour in 2.8 seconds.
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Electra allows an early order of the Quds (but does not specify a price), this is a car based on an aluminum chassis to which body parts are made of carbon fiber.
Jihad Mohamed, the founder of Electra said, “From a market point of view we found that one of the problems is that electric cars are very expensive, or not attractive in terms of appearance. a car that looks like a million dollars but available to non-millionaire clients, a car that can be driven daily and not just for weekends, as many exotic cars are, due to expensive maintenance and upkeep.”