The Most Advanced Modified Corvette Records A New Top Speed

Genovation GXE is the most advanced modified Corvette, which was launched for the first time officially within the activities of the Consumer Electronics Show, which takes place during the beginning of each year in the city of Las Vegas, but this version of the modified Corvette sports car has recently reached a new top speed recorded on the ground.

We are talking about Genovation GXE, which is based on Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray Grand Sport Coupe, and according to a new video posted on Facebook. The most advanced modified Corvette car managed to reach a new top speed of 340.8 km / h (211.8 mph). It recorded this speed on an extended track, breaking its previous record of 338.28 km / h (210.2 mph) at the runway of Kennedy Space Facility.

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Genovation GXE Breaks World Record Again

The all-electric GXE supercar set a new top speed of 211.8mph, breaking its own world speed record again. We've already got plans to further refine the design to break more world records in 2020.

Gepostet von Genovation Cars am Dienstag, 17. Dezember 2019

For those who don’t know, What we are talking about in this article is a fully electric sports car that was made by Genovation, and it was designed to be powered by two electric motors generating more than 800 hp (597 kW) and 949 Nm of torque.

This electric Corvette accelerates from 0 to 96 km / h (60 mph) in less than 3 seconds. As for its top speed, it is assumed that it can reach a maximum of 354 km / h, while the most advanced modified Corvette cars derive its power from a battery with a capacity 60 kW, which enables it to travel a distance of up to 209 km per electric charge.

Genovation says it will manufacture just 75 copies of the electric Corvette

But the biggest shock was when we’ve learned that the price of Corvette GEX is 750 thousand USD, equivalent to 2,812,500 SAR! When we learned this price, we couldn’t but to compare it with the price of the 2020 Tesla Roadster,  which starts from 250 thousand US dollars, equivalent to 937,740 thousand Saudi riyals.

What do you think about that?

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