Draco has launched a new Dragon hyper-SUV that costs US$290,000. It goes 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in 1.9 seconds. This Model X-killer brings extraordinary power with huge-screen luxury. Also, its doors open upwards and outwards.
If soccer practice is a quarter of a mile away, Drako says you can get the kids there in around nine seconds.
The speed is ridiculously high that even leaves some of the hypercars behind.
There is luggage space present only at the back. At the front, there is a speed hole like the one present in hypercars. It develops a front wing and air passage that helps create downforce. There are flappy, scoopy things at the sides of the front bumper and on the rear haunches too, which Drako says also offer aerodynamic functionality.
The huge gull-wing doors open the sides of the car up so wide that both front and back-seat passengers can get in with ample ease and convenience. There is not even a need to fold the front seats to get inside comfortably. Inside, you can get entertained by looking at large screens.
The infotainment system in the dash spans a full 17.1 inches and looks colossal. There are two more in the back seats that are almost the same size. They are attached to the back of the front seat headrests. If the car is being used by a family of five, only the kid in the middle misses out on an individual screen.
The car can also be taken for off-roading. It has a fitted suspension that can lower the car to just 6.4 inches (16.3 cm) of ground clearance for hard-charging racetrack driving, or lift it up to offer 12.4 inches (31.5 cm) of clearance in an “overland” setting.
The car is now receiving its reservations and is set for delivery in 2026. It plans to increase production up to 5,000 units a year by some point.