The automaker presented its first model in 2019, an electric sedan named GTE. A reasonably simple denomination that, however, cannot be more precise: Great Electric Tourism. Unlike other manufacturers recently arrived in the industry, Drako has a fully functional vehicle capable of complying with the fantastic specifications announced by its creators. The GTE has four electric motors (one per wheel) that give a combined power of 1,200 hp (895 kW) and an even 8,500 Nm demolition, which is transmitted to the ground thanks to a torque vectoring system.
According to the company, its torque vectorization algorithms have been developed in the German Nürburgring circuit, allowing torque adjustment at each wheel of more than 1,000 times per second.
The top speed of the Drako GTE is about 332 km/h. Its battery is 90 kWh, while the load can reach 150 kW of power. However, Drako seems more interested in the circuit performance of the model than in giving data on its autonomy or load times. Taking into account the capacity of its battery, the vehicle may be capable of exceeding 400 km per charge in real conditions, as well as recovering 80% of its autonomy in about 30 minutes. This car seems to be a real competitor for the Tesla Model S.