According to the company, the four-passenger sedan is the result of "nearly a decade of design, engineering and track development." Its all-electric quad motor powertrain puts out 1,200hp and 8,800Nm of combined wheel torque, allowing it to reach a top speed of 331kph.
The exterior is sculpted with contours spanning the grille to the rear, highlighting the vehicle's fluid and aerodynamic design.
Quattro Manettino, Drako's powertrain control system, has been tuned to offer the driver upmost control of elements like torque vectoring, slip control, power distribution, and regenerative braking. Owners can further optimise their driving experience by selecting one of six road surface conditions: race, track, dry, rain, snow, or ice.
Even though the supercar has been designed with track-like performance in mind, the Drako GTE also accommodates family travelling. Not only does the car offer space for four people, but also luggage for each.
Though the company does not offer 0 to 60 mph acceleration specs or the estimated range, the top speed is likely outshined by Tesla's upcoming electric Roadster, a model which can sprint to 60 mph in just 1.9 seconds. The Drako will need to have an impressive range, as the Tesla iteration is predicted to reach 620 mph on a single charge for over $1 million less.
Only 25 units of the model are expected to be produced worldwide with a starting price of US$1.25 million (RM5.2mil). The company is currently accepting orders and deposits. Customer deliveries are slated for 2020.