Russian-made Revolt supercar

Russian-made Revolt supercar

E-Go Revolt fq

It’s not everyday the Russians try their hand at building supercars, but a new coachbuilding company in Russia called E-Go has come up with a new car built on a Mitsubishi platform. Called Revolt, by E-Go, it’s not in the least bit offensive, although the rear end styling is an acquired taste. Under the bonnet is a 3.0-liter V6 gets two turbos slapped on to run some 550 hp through a six-speed gearbox. It has an active air suspension and rides on 19-inch wheels from Japanese wheel company Work, with 325/30 rubber out back. Stopping power should be gutsy, with six-piston calipers up front and four-pots in back.

The Revolt has some tricks with all electronics being controlled via a touch screen monitor in the steering wheel. The steering wheel must look totally space-age, and you have to wonder what you can enter and view while  the car is driving. Apparently E-Go has already started building cars, but we’ll have to wait and see.

E-Go Revolt fq

It’s not everyday the Russians try their hand at building supercars, but a new coachbuilding company in Russia called E-Go has come up with a new car built on a Mitsubishi platform. Called Revolt, by E-Go, it’s not in the least bit offensive, although the rear end styling is an acquired taste. Under the bonnet is a 3.0-liter V6 gets two turbos slapped on to run some 550 hp through a six-speed gearbox. It has an active air suspension and rides on 19-inch wheels from Japanese wheel company Work, with 325/30 rubber out back. Stopping power should be gutsy, with six-piston calipers up front and four-pots in back.

The Revolt has some tricks with all electronics being controlled via a touch screen monitor in the steering wheel. The steering wheel must look totally space-age, and you have to wonder what you can enter and view while  the car is driving. Apparently E-Go has already started building cars, but we’ll have to wait and see.

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