The headlights are full LED technology, including for signaling. One might not notice the signaling on the inside of the car though, as they could likely be distracted by the infotainment and multimedia functions that are controlled through a nine-inch touch screen with swipe and zoom. In keeping with the no expense model, the applications which can be accessed through this screen can be customized by Exagon engineers to the specific wants of the driver. You could, for example, have an app which lets you know where all the modern art museums are as you tour your way across Europe.
There’s also a whole bunch of other luxury touches, some of which you can see in the photo above. Suffice to say the Furtive eGT won’t likely be produced in large numbers given what will likely be a very high price tag. Still, it is a sweet supercar which once again showcases how electric vehicle technology can influence even the upper echelons of the vast automotive market.