Powered by an ultra advanced, fully electric quad motor architecture, Drako GTE delivers 1,200 horsepower, 8,800 Nm of combined wheel torque and a top speed of 206 mph. With 4,400 Nm of maximum differential torque between wheels, GTE has rotational ability and cornering precision like no other supercar on the road today. GTE’s immense power is controlled with proprietary technology which earned Drako Motors a Nürburgring lap record in 2015. Complementing phenomenal performance, GTE embodies iconic Italian design and luxuriously accommodates four passengers and their luggage.
Drako Motors has focused on a singular mission since it was founded in Silicon Valley by American entrepreneurs, Dean Drako and Shiv Sikand: Create stunning, driver focused supercars that deliver exhilarating performance with maximum control and safety—on road and track. After almost a decade of unrelenting design, engineering and track development behind closed doors, Drako Motors is launching its first limited production electric supercar—Drako GTE.
Drako GTE will make its first public debut in August 2019 at the prestigious Quail Motorsports Gathering among select invited guests. View the latest Drako Motors press release.
Dean has founded and run several successful companies delivering technology to address demanding problems across multiple industries. In addition to Drako Motors, Dean founded Barracuda Networks, Eagle Eye Networks and IC Manage. Goldman Sachs named Dean as one of the “100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2014.”
Shiv has expertise in design and IP management with a long history of developing innovative solutions in this field. He has led the design and development of products for semiconductors as well as electronic systems, and is the Co-Founder of IC Manage. He has a deep passion for cars, motorcycles, and the physics and engineering of driving dynamics.
Sami has extensive research and engineering development for automotive technology platforms and sensors. He was recognized by the Finnish Electrical Engineers Association for his Electric Vehicle development work, and won the Finnish national open electronics design contest for solid state turn-and-slip Indicator for flying gliders in zero visibility.
Lowie started his career as an automotive designer at Pininfarina and was quickly appointed to Design Director leading the automotive design department. He is now the CEO and Creative Director of GranStudio, a new type of design house located in Italy. Lowie was design responsible for designing cars such as the Ferrari 458, Alfa Romeo 2uettottanta, Maserati Birdcage 75th, Pininfarina Sintesi and the Glickenhaus SCG003.