Motu Motorsports announced its launch of the new Motu Thunder, a brand new concept vehicle.
The first two-seater electric sports car has a battery capacity of 2,500 pounds and an estimated price tag of $120,000.
The new model is expected to hit the U.S. market sometime in 2021.
Source: The Washington Post article Motue Motorsports will begin selling the first two electric sports cars in the U.
“The company has been focused on creating the best-performing, most reliable electric vehicles for the last decade and is committed to a long-term commitment to electrification.
We are proud to continue to drive this goal and we look forward to delivering the world’s best electric vehicles in the near future,” said Motu President and CEO Tom Motu.
Motu is a Japanese automobile company.
The company has had a successful history in motorsports, starting with its involvement in the 2002 Japanese Grand Prix.
In 2013, it won the Japanese Formula Renault 1.6 class and then became the first Japanese auto company to enter the World Endurance Championship.
In 2016, Motu also entered the European Formula Renault 3.5 class with a three-car factory team, and later became the fourth Japanese manufacturer to enter a premier class in the World Superbike championship.
The company is focused on delivering the best possible product for customers and consumers and is proud to be a leader in electrification, sustainability and quality.
For more on Motu’s motorsports program, visit the Motu web site at www.motu.com.