Sigma GTE
OwnerE-V Concepts
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LocationCharleston, South Carolina US map
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Vehicle2003 E-V Concepts Sigma GTE
Original design and construction in 2003. All wheel drive electric vehicle concept car designed and manufactured by E-V Concepts. All tubular steel chassis using all Ford Mustang Cobra components.
MotorAdvanced DC 4001 Series Wound DC
Two motors, one drives front differential and one drives rear differential.
DrivetrainAll Ford Cobra independent suspension front and rear. Two motors, one driving each differential front and rear with direct coupling.
ControllerCurtis
Two controllers 144 volt, 500 amps. One for each motor.
Batteries0.00 Volt, Lithium-Polymer
System Voltage300 Volts
Charger
Charging and BMS system designed by E-V Concepts
Top Speed150 MPH (241 KPH)
Accelerationfast
Range90 Miles (144 Kilometers)
Depends on speed
EV Miles
Current:2,000 Miles (3,218 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity4 adults
Curb Weight3,200 Pounds (1,454 Kilograms)
Steel chassis and fiberglass body
Tires18"
Conversion Time90 Day's
Conversion Cost$32000.00
Additional FeaturesThese cars are for sale on limited production and made to order for each customer by E-V Concepts.
Many options available and can be used with lead acid batteries or lithium batteries.
Plug-in hybrid with on-board charging is available with lithium batteries only.
Convertible models are available.
Two wheel drive models available for $23,000.
Used for road racing against gas cars. SCCA

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