As a prototype vehicle, the Apolo G2J was built for more than two years and is currently going through the testing phase for refinement especially in terms of electric powertrain, connectivity and “digital ecosystem technology”.
The G2J design is billed as a preview of Apollo’s future design language. The G2J’s design doesn’t look as radical as ICE-powered hypercars like the Intensa Emozione and the V12-powered Project Evo.
From the exterior, the design of the G2J is characterized by chiseled surfaces, prominent fenders, low nose, modern-style LED light units, dual intakes at both ends, butterfly doors, camera replacement mirrors and rear-mounted charging port.
Additionally this prototype comes with lots of exposed carbon fiber, Alcantara upholstery, leather accents, a digital instrument cluster, and a floating center console. Overall, the G2J looks like it’s close to production status in terms of design, technology and materials, despite being a prototype.
According to Apollo, the G2J is made using “the most advanced lightweight composite materials” with a carbon fiber chassis. The platform will support a variety of performance-focused EVs. In November 2021, Apollo presented the EVision S (sedan) and EVision X (SUV) concepts, along with an electric crate powertrain.
Apollo didn’t go into detail about the basics of the G2J, it could use this evolution of the 800V system featuring a dual axial flux electric motor and planetary gearbox.