Vega’s first prototype, Vega EVX is unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show 2020.
An emerging local hi-tech innovation company took the automobile world by storm when it begins rolling out Sri Lanka’s first all-electric ‘supercar’ named Vega next year.
The target launch date is April, 2020. The master builder of the Vega, techno-entrepreneur Harsha Subasinghe, chief executive of CodeGen told news media following a test drive last week that the so-called ‘supercar’ will be launched at the annual International Motor Show in Geneva in 2020.
The car has a 300 Kw battery-powered car with a 240 km range would the first ever luxury, all-electric ‘supercar’ made in Sri Lanka and in the Asian region. The ‘supercar’ label is used for such high-powered and high-speed luxury cars.
Vega does a quick zero-to-100 mph in 3.1 seconds. It is a 900 bhp supercar and is designed, both interior and exterior, and manufactured locally.
Its electronics, battery, light and all features are also locally made sans the motor and battery cell. The battery pack, controllers and all other parts are made in Sri Lanka. At present, this car can go at a maximum speed of 260 kmph. It has a reliable battery pack unlike any other electrical cars in Sri Lanka. Its battery can be charged within 15 minutes.” he said.