Flymove Joins the Bandwagon of Electric Supercar Makers
Flymove will open its order books on January 15.
A new supercar brand appeared on the scene recently by the name Flymove, which originally is a mobility firm. Flymove has recently acquired rights to use Bertone name, which was a design house in Italy. Stile Bertone design house was bankrupted in 2014.
Flymove is going to launch Dianche marque for supercars and has exhibited two of its offerings in concept form recently at a private event held in Milan. The two cars are named as the Dianchè Bertone BSS GT One and the BSS GT Cube.
Both electric supercars have two electric motors, one in front and the other in the rear. The Bertone BSS GT One will be the entry-level model producing the power of 400 horses. The GT Cube is more powerful creating double the power of GT One. It will be able to hit 100 km/h in just 2.2 seconds. Flymove promises a top speed of 350 km/h.
The carmaker is bringing something new for consumers here i.e. a battery swamp system and swap stations across Italy. These stations will change the drained battery in only three minutes to energize the vehicle completely. Called Point of Energy stations, the company plans to add a few in Italy this year. Both supercars will be able to house a 100-kilowatt-hour battery.
Flymove will open its order books on January 15 and plans to deliver the new electric supercars by early next year. Unfortunately, these supercars will be produced in limited numbers; only nine units for each are conceived. The cars will be manufactured in Italy.