Bluebird DC50 EV sports car to debut at Sustainable MotoExpo

Bluebird will launch DC50 Sports Car and Bluebird GTL Formula E at Sustainable MotoExpo on Saturday 28 September 2013 at National Motor Museum in Beaulieu.

The Bluebird DC50 electric sports car will be launched as a limited edition of just 50 Bluebird electric sports cars built to commemorate the 50th anniversary in 2014 of Donald Campbell’s land and water speed records.

With 360bhp, the DC50 promises acceleration to match a Porsche, while the range is 200 miles.

The Bluebird DC50 is a two-door coupe with electrically operated ‘scissor’ doors, and will be available in one body colour only – Bluebird blue.

Also to be launched at the event will be the Bluebird GTL electric race car, that is designed to the latest technical regulations for the forthcoming FIA Formula E series.

Bluebird GTL Formula E race car


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