The Ora Good Cat GT really looks like a caricature of Porsche
The Ora Good Cat is one of the most intriguing electric vehicles to come out in the last 12 months and it’s hard to deny that when in motion it certainly makes quite a bold impression.
Images of this particular Good Cat were shared on Facebook by Car News China and show the electric vehicle in GT form. When the car is launched in Europe, simply badged Ora Cat, the GT will be one of the variants marketed. To our eyes, it looks like a caricature of a Porsche and that’s certainly not a bad thing.
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A number of things set the GT model apart from the regular variant. For example, the car has red accents on the front bumper, the rear diffuser and the spoiler that extends from the roof. It also sits on a set of unique wheels with gold spokes and red accents. The car even features red brake calipers.
The car stands out even more thanks to the flared front and rear wheel arches with a carbon fiber finish. As far as EVs go, the Ora Good Cat GT certainly looks sporty enough, although the powertrain specs reveal it’s not particularly high-performance focused.
Chinese customers can buy the Good Cat GT with a 48 kWh or 63 kWh battery, offering a range of 209 miles (336 km) and 261 miles (420 km) respectively. Receiving its juice from the available batteries is a front-mounted electric motor developing 169 hp and 184 lb-ft (250 Nm) of torque.
In the UK, the Ora Cat is available from £25,000 ($31,359) before the UK government’s £2,500 ($3,135) rebate. That means the cat discounts the entry-level VW ID.3 by nearly £6,000 ($7,526). A 58kWh battery serves as the base option in the UK, but the larger 63kWh version of the Chinese model is also offered.