GLM G4 Electric Supercar Might Be Coming To US

Posted: Oct 4 2016, 10:35pm CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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GLM G4 Electric Supercar might be Coming to US
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  • Japan's Flaming Blue GLM G4 Supercar displayed at Paris Motor Show 2016

GLM G4 Supercar, assembled in Japan, was revealed in Paris Motor Show 2016 and it could make its way to the US.

The Paris Motor Show 2016 hosted many different new models and let us have many new exciting cars that were never present before. One of the amazing cars that were included in Paris Motor Show reveals was GLM G4 Super Car.

This hot and electrifying blue colored super car came directly from japan. It is made by GLM which is a Japanese company known for introducing very fascinating super car concepts.

GLM also teamed up with Tommykaira in order to make a Tesla Roadster fighting ZZ EV a few years back. This year GLM is back with G4 concept which is nothing but an exotic, luxurious supercar with a room for four to sit in.

The most noticeable thing about this car except its blue color is the presence of four doors. The doors are opened dramatically in order to provide access to all four seats in the car.

The car has a low profile which accentuates its sporting profile and a super car profile. We got to see flat bottom steering wheel which again is an indication of a super car. The car has leather bucket seats which are grey and white in color and provide a great contrast to the electrifying exterior.

This is a twin motor electric powertrain car. It will have a horsepower of 536bhp. It will display a top speed of 155mph and will have the ability to top 0 to 62moh in mere 3.7 seconds.

The car will be provided in all wheel drive, mode which is best suited for driving numerous conditions. The company is suggesting about a range of 248 miles on a single charge which will be achieved with automatic speed reduction module fitted in the car.

Autoblog reported that it might appear in US for sale too and might be available at a price of $224,000.

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