2010 T2 concept is the hybrid supercar of the future

Posted on Monday, 6 December 2010 , 10:12:06 byEmil

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2010 T2 concept is the hybrid supercar of the future

The supercar of the future has given engineers and car makers reason to start dreaming up new sizes and shapes, as future cars are mainly described by green. Electric vehicles are expected to take over the control as the world’s oil reserves are to run out and despite the fact that some of them do not feature the V12 bellowing exhaust sound, this does not imply the fact that electric supercars can’t look as good as their fossil-fuel burning counterparts look. Theoretically, this T2 Concept car provides 469 hp delivered by its 3.5-liter Hybrid powerplant with a V6 petrol engine which comes mid-mounted in order to obtain a better weight distribution and it is connected to a couple of electric motors, making the car reach 100 km/h in just 4 seconds.
The maximized performance was realized by the designer who paid a lot of attention to the aerodynamics of the concept car with its body which looks very realistic for a concept. The engine breathes through its five slits, thus allowing the driver to see behind when reversing. The geometric design of the back is quite an interesting one, while the front seats give us the impression that they belong on a futuristic BMW.
An aggressive line, characteristic to most concepts, comes with this one, too, particularly at the front fascia and the rear three quarters.
Traction is maximized by a large trunk spoiler and a diffuser.


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