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Roland Gumpert Nathalie

The First Electric Sportscar Powered By Methanol

The Roland Gumpert Nathalie uses a methanol-powered fuel cell at the core of its powertrain for 536 hp and over 500 miles of driving range.

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$ 450,000

Find your way from 0 to 60 in just 2.5 seconds flat with the Roland Gumpert Nathalie. This alternatively powered vehicle is not the road hungry model you are used to seeing on the road. The supercar runs on a methanol-powered fuel cell and electric motors. The Nathalie averages over 500 miles per tank when you drive 75 mph and can even last for 745 miles using Eco mode.

Its uniquely engineered powertrain system does more than extend fuel economy, the Nathalie also produces 536 hp and 730 lb-ft of torque. Once you get this stunning vehicle out on a straight stretch, you may find yourself topping out at 190 miles per hour. Using four engines, a vortex generator, and a rear spoiler keeps this striking vehicle on the road while you whip through every curve and corner. All-wheel drive technology lets you power across rough terrain without dampening the methanol power in the Nathalie. From its advanced powertrain to its otherworldly performance on the road, it’s no wonder the Roland Gumpert Nathalie will be limited to just 500 models.