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Ararkis Sandstorm, hyper-technological racing car with F1-like acceleration - News and Previews

2024-02-20T12:13:42.183Z

Highlights: Ararkis Sandstorm, hyper-technological racing car with F1-like acceleration. Scheduled to be built in 20 examples costing 2 million dollars each. Will be built entirely in carbon and will have particularly high aerodynamics. The objective is to widely exceed 300 km/h on asphalt and to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/m in the incredible time of 1.5 seconds. But being also electric, Sandstorm will also allow - thanks to its 115 kWh mega battery - to travel, certainly not at full speed, up to 500 km.


Not only supersonic planes for passengers and cargo, capable of flying from London to New York in three hours, but now also electric hypercars capable of sprinting from 0 to 100 km/m in just 1.5 seconds. (HANDLE)


Not only supersonic planes for passengers and cargo, capable of flying from London to New York in three hours, but now also electric hypercars capable of sprinting from 0 to 100 km/m in just 1.5 seconds.

The ambitions of the multimillionaire of South African origin Priven Reddy are evident: to be known and admired for the speed of his products.

But also to further grow - with the same rapidity - his assets which are now estimated at 250 million dollars.


Founder in 2012 of Eon Aerospace (previously called Leap Aerospace) which has a 63 meter long commercial jet capable of flying at Mach 1.9 in the pipeline, Reddy has launched another start-up a few months ago (in his life has created more than 10) called Ararkis and aimed at the development, production and marketing of electric hypercars.

Photo story Hypercars and super-jets, Priven Reddy's utopian projects - Photos - Ansa.it



Only a few images and little information have been released about this hyper-technological fireball - called Sandstorm.


Scheduled to be built in 20 examples costing 2 million dollars each, it is known that the Sandstorm will be built entirely in carbon and will have particularly high aerodynamics, thanks also to the contribution of Eon Aerospace.


The objective is to widely exceed 300 km/h on asphalt and to accelerate (as already highlighted) from 0 to 100 km/h in the incredible time of 1.5 seconds, comparable to that of a Formula 1 single-seater. But being also electric, Sandstorm will also allow - thanks to its 115 kWh mega battery - to travel, certainly not at full speed, up to 500 km. 

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