A Japanese-backed GLM startup technology company has recently unveiled its EV supercars. Two stunning prototypes of luxury electric sedan were shown off in Hong Kong. GLM (Green Lord Motors), which is often referred as Japan’s Tesla rival, presented its first hi-tech GLM G-4 EV concept at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. The racy 536-hp supercar can accelerate from 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds and is capable to deliver a top speed of 155mph and a range of 248 miles on a single electric charge.
On top of that, the startup is said to be the first Japanese EV manufacturer certified by the Ministry of Transportation. For this reason, the high-flying company apparently focuses on the Chinese EV market placing a premium on the exotic luxury segment. Here it is: the electric drive platform at its heart paired with the futuristic exterior design from the Roadyacht GTS. The bare carbon fiber vehicle offers a sporty bold styling, with an aggressive fascia, four gullwing vertical doors and racing-inspired seats. Well, sounds great to impress those risky enough to deal with EV startups.