Artega has relaunched with two brand new models, the Scalo and the Karo, at the Frankfurt motor show.
The Scalo is a two-door two-seat electric sports car while the Karo is a recreational vehicle similar to a quad bike.
The Scalo is made from polyurethane combined with carbonfibre and is described as having a lightweight modular chassis.
The car has two electric motors powering the rear wheels with a total output of 402bhp and 575lb ft, with a claimed 0-60mph of 3.6sec and an electronically limited top speed of 155mph.
Drive to the rear axle is through a single-stage central gear. Torque vectoring allows power to be split between the rear wheels, with more or less power delivered to each wheel as required, maximising traction.
It has a 250-mile range from its 37kW battery, which has an output of 411 volts. A 'fast' charge can replenish the battery in less than an hour. A three-phase supply recharges the battery in three hours with a household socket taking 10 hours.
The Karo is a concept vehicle that is being prepared for production. It is a four-wheeled activity vehicle with a reinforced fibreglass body, central bench seat and handlebar controls.
It has an electric motor developing up to 51bhp and 74lb ft. It can reach 50mph in a claimed 4.5sec, offering a range of 50 miles between recharges. The batteries can be recharged in 2.5 hours from a domestic socket.
Prices and release dates for both cars, which are specifically built to order, are yet to be announced.