During the summer, we showed you the original images of dragon drako, an electric SUV that is said to have a capacity of 2,000 horsepower and a top speed of 200 mph. Drako also promises a 0 to 60 time of 1.9 seconds and a 1/4 mile time of 9.0 seconds. Oh, and it also has gullwing doors.
At the time, it seemed unlikely. Anyone can render a car and claim it’s going to have trillions of horsepower. But now the final production version has been revealed, so let’s accept that, everyone who accused Dragon Drako of being steam software.
Except, well, Drako says deliveries won’t start until 2026. That’s not really early. If the production car is ready, what will happen? The year 2024 sounds reasonable, but what about 2026? Consider we are officially very skeptical.
To be fair, Draco has actually built at least one real car. Whether who bought one is still a question, but a human in car drove a Drako GTE based on the Fisker Karma worth $1.25 million. That’s more than you can say about a lot of startup EV brands. Then again, everyone was riding in Future Faraday FF91and that car still may never be sold.
If you believe the company’s word, the Dragon still has the original performance specifications, and thanks to a three-stage suspension that can raise the ride height from 6.4 inches to 12.4 inches, it ” not like a car but more like a car. spaceship.” It will seat five with an interior “upholstered in the finest, most luxurious leather in Europe, exuding luxury and comfort, with a unique layout and easy entry/exit. .” And it will have a range of 420 miles.Prices start at $290,000.
So yes. That’s it. That’s the production Drako Dragon that pre-orderers will receive starting in 2026. Allegedly.