The electric auto manufacturer called Piëch has revealed a refined version of the Mark Zero electric sports car it revealed in 2019. The car is called the Piëch GT and has entered its trial phase. The vehicle is fully electric and has a WLTP driving range of 500 kilometers.
In addition to an impressively long driving range, the GT (PDF) also charges very quickly able to reach 80 percent capacity in eight minutes using any CCS2 fast-charging station.
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