The technology of non-interchangeable tokens is gaining momentum in the automotive world. Raven Cars decided to use NFT to create sports cars — the Raven GT car announced by the company exists exclusively in digital form and will not be embodied in metal. At the same time, Raven Cars have fully worked out its virtual sports car and even announced the potential characteristics of the car, which, if someone wants to finance the project, can be built in reality in the future.
The authors of the project claim that they are going through the full path of developing a real car, except for the stage of implementing their developments. Instead, a digital sports car is obtained, which can be purchased in the format of an NFT token. The car received a long hood and a low sculptural body, which has a large radiator grille, and massive air intakes in the bumper and front fenders.
The optics are made entirely of LEDs, and the panoramic windshield is visually made together with the side ones. If the Raven GT was made in metal, it would be a sports car weighing 1,525 kilograms with an 800-horsepower V12 engine combined with a 7-speed automatic transmission.
The car could potentially accelerate from a standstill to 100 kilometers per hour in 2.9 seconds and reach a maximum speed of more than 340 kilometers per hour. At the same time, the average fuel consumption would be 15 liters per 100 kilometers. The NFT model is available in five body shades – Liquid Chrome, Scandal Green, Open Sea, Chrome Orange, and Morning Frost — but the cost of the digital supercar has not been named.