Apollo Reveals Path to Electric Performance Future with Rolling Engineering Prototype

“Today Apollo Future Mobility Group signals its intent to define the performance EV mobility experience by revealing the advanced engineering prototype codenamed G2J. This will underpin a highly exciting and anticipated suite of new electric performance vehicles. The beautiful form of this test car is just a hint of the future design of a series of performance cars that will take the Apollo hypercar DNA and apply it to create the most exciting sporting focused EVs on the planet. This is just the beginning and we are delighted that customers and fans of the brand from around the world will be kept informed throughout the exhaustive testing, proving and refining programme that will serve as the foundation for Apollo’s ambitions to become the globe’s defining performance EV brand.”

Eric Ho, Group Chairman, Apollo Future Mobility Group (AFMG)

Apollo Future Mobility Group (AFMG) is delighted to unveil its first step in developing an all-new electric sportscar marque.

G2J, an advanced rolling engineering prototype, has been in development for more than two years, drawing upon the group’s engineering and powertrain development expertise across Germany and Japan.

The engineering prototype is currently in advanced testing to refine and validate the key powertrain, connectivity and wider digital ecosystem technologies that will underpin AFMG’s future electric sports car products.

The Apollo Future Mobility Group is the world’s first truly global car company. It is comprised of a network of wholly-owned specialist centres of excellence in design, advanced development, engineering and powertrain design across the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan respectively.

The Research and Development process for G2J and all future Group EV sportscar products will be led from the company's European R&D centre in Germany. This was established following the acquisition in 2021 of leading German automotive engineering consultancy Ideenion, based in one of Europe’s great automotive heartlands, Ingolstadt.

G2J points to a long-term commitment to building cars using the most advanced lightweight composite materials. The development programme therefore incorporates advanced testing in carbon fibre construction, hinting at the future engineering direction for AFMG electric products.