GLM G4, GLM’s new, luxury all-electric supercar has been unveiled at Salon Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris.
Founded in Kyoto, Green Lord Motors (GLM) has contributed unprecedented EV technology and aesthetics to the automotive industry, together with Japanese dedication to ruthless efficiency and pursuit of perfection.
GLM G4 belongs to the exotic car segment, a standout example of the luxury electric vehicle it combines a fluid but robust exterior, four doors and supreme internal comfort allowing 4 passengers to cover distance in style.
GLM worked on advanced technologies to achieve results, improving the driving efficiency and performance using a multi-source power model. Two packages are loaded front and back on the GLM G4 in order to control coordination and improve performance.
GLM G4 features a multi stage transmission that improves the performance and is not affected by the powertrain output. The reduction of switching loss and the improvement of electric efficiency are realized by the IGBT systems. The car structure is light and solid incorporating a chassis structure comprised of composite materials.
System total output is above 1000Nm (>101kgm) and 540HP (400kW) with a twin motor application to split torque depending on driving mode: the vehicle accelerates 0-100km/h in less than 3.7 sec, cruises at 250km/h (155 mph) and all-electric range around 400 km (248 miles).
This is coupled with a multi stage transmission system, which consumes the minimum current at city-to-autobahn cruising speeds. The twin motor system is coordinated to continuously calculate the road surface and give maximum traction. Amalgam chassis with light and stiff multi-merit package incorporates a chassis structure using optimum materials.