The entry Freedom model will be fitted with three electric motors, producing a combined power output of 1,450PS (1,066kW), while an optional four-motor variant will develop around 510PS (375kW) more. The latter 1,960PS (1,441kW) model will be able to accelerate from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just 1.8 seconds and reach an ambitiously claimed maximum speed of 260mph (418km/h).
To deliver this hyper performance, the Freedom is built on a featherweight 82kg carbon-fibre monocoque chassis, leaving a healthy margin to integrate a T-shaped lithium-ion battery, with a capacity of between 100 and 120kWh, providing between 483km to 644km (300-400 miles) of autonomy.
For potential Freedom buyers favouring a more tradition petrol power solution, Elation will also offer the option of a 5.2-litre V10 motor, mated to a dual-clutch gearbox supplied by Audi. After Elation’s bespoke retuning, this Audi-sourced V10 is due to develop around 770PS (566kW) with torque of 664Nm (491lb ft).
The Freedom is announced at an entry price of $2 million US (£1.49m), while the ‘polluting’ V10 version will cost around $2.3 million (£1.72m).