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Roland Gumpert Nathalie specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1800 kg (3968 lbs)
Introduced 2021
Origin country Germany
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Submitted by aaayy

Powertrain specs

Engine type Methanol fuel cells, 4 electric motors
Power 543 ps (536 bhp / 400 kw)
Torque 990 Nm (730 lb-ft)
Power / weight 302 ps (298 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) / t
Transmission Twin synchronized 2-speed gearboxes
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive
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Hoppelmoppel123  2m ago

@fastestlaps please change the country to germany


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FastestLaps  11m ago

"Nathalie"? Are they taking a page out of Lotus book (another Chinese company :D) naming cars after girls names?

 

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dante  11m ago

'(another Chinese company)'

hmmmmmmm


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Hoppelmoppel123  11m ago

He made this car for his daughter Nathalie Gumpert


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FastestLaps  11m ago @Hoppelmoppel123

The roof-line and side window profile reminds me of first gen Audi A5 coupe, one of the prettiest cars of recent years.


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Hoppelmoppel123  11m ago

https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/neuheiten/gumpert-rg-nathalie-elektroauto-aiways-china/
Weight: 1660 kg
Price: 499800 €
Dimensions: 4.31 x 2.10 x 1.31 m
Wheel Base: 2.52 m
0-100 kph: 2.5 s
Top Speed: 300+
CO2: 30 g/km


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aaayy  1y ago

Top speed is 190. 0-60 in 2.5

 

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SpeedKing  1y ago

So you pour methanol into a fuel cell which heats it to 300-400 Celcius which ends up creating hydrogen by emitting carbon dioxide which then powers the batteries? That's an explosion waiting to happen, stuff that!


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ChevyJ  11m ago @SpeedKing

I would think as long as there is no spark introduced, there shouldn't be any problem at all, its about as dangerous as a regular combustion engine, but maybe even safer since the fuel takes quite a bit of energy to ignite. Plus it burns cooler than most other fuels, its easy to put out, and it burns slowly, so no explosions.


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JohnR  3m ago @SpeedKing

Internal combustion engines have been doing worse than that for 100 years.