The all-electric Italdesign GTZero concept has been unveiled at the Geneva motor show. It is built on a monocoque carbonfibre frame and has a 311-mile range and high-tech interior. The 483bhp Lamborghini Huracán-derived concept is powered by three motors — two on the front axle and one on the rear. The maker claims its modular layout allows for several configuration and powertrain options, including a 3+1 seating layout and the use of hybrid technology.
Power comes from batteries integrated into the frame and inside the central tunnel. It has 22in wheels at the front and 23in at the rear, while the air intakes and spoiler provide an active aerodynamic system. The four-wheel-drive and four-wheel-steering concept was styled under Italdesign design boss Filippo Perini, formerly of Lamborghini.
The solid monocoque carbonfibre frame with aluminium sub-frames allows the accommodation of different body shapes and fuel systems due to the ability to change overall dimensions while keeping the carbonfibre structure the same. Inside, there are three large air vents with no internal structure on the dashboard. All functions except for the parking brake are controlled via touchscreens.