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Alcraft Motor Company

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Creating a distinctly British, electric sports car

According to the European Energy Agency’s research, electric cars emit 17-30% less carbon compared to petrol or diesel cars, even when accounting for the emissions generated during electricity production.

Furthermore, the carbon emissions from electricity generation can be significantly reduced when low carbon electricity sources are used to power the electric cars.

Electric cars are fundamental to a full switch to renewables, and electric sports cars are just as important. They break down the perception that electric vehicles are slow, boring, low range and generally un-cool.

Since the company was formed in 2014, Alcraft have set out to do just that with their first car, the GT. The GT is a remarkable feat of engineering, with a range of 400 miles and a 0-62 miles per hour time of 3.8 seconds it represents the perfect blend of performance and sustainability.

The GT is a prime example of how electric sports cars can be both thrilling to drive and environmentally responsible, setting a new standard for the automotive industry.

Alcraft takes pride in the rich automotive heritage of Britain, located at the Innovation Centre at Silverstone Park, it is situated at the forefront of cutting-edge automotive technology. By combining modern technology with a distinctly British design, Alcraft is helping to redefine what it means to be a British automaker in the 21st century.

Written by Lewis Hall


Model GT weighs less than 175okg (roughly 75% less than a Tesla Model S)

Model GT has a range of 400 miles

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