Drako has launched its follow-up to the limited-production GTE, the ultra-high-performance Dragon SUV. Where the GTE used the Fisker Karma chassis with electric running gear, the Dragon is an all-new, ground-up design. Former Pininfarina design director Lowie Vermeersch and his team at Italian design house GranSutdio penned the lines for the Dragon, creating an aerodynamic coupe with gullwing doors to house the Dragon's 2,000-horsepower electric drivetrain. Darko's Quad Motor architecture puts a motor at each wheel, with the proprietary DriveOS providing control over the system. This allows the Dragon to perform stunt-like maneuvers, such as high-RPM tank turns — allowing the Dragon to spin in place. The Dragon's structure and body panels are fully carbon fiber, making up for the weight of the battery pack. Drako claims a 0-60 time of just 1.9 seconds and a top speed of over 200 MPH, with a driving experience tuned to shine on paved or off-road surfaces. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2026, with reservations open now.