The Kangaroo, the two-seater, full electric hyper-SUV with 4-wheel drive, developed by GFG Style, will participate in the super car class to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, an annual hill climb featuring historic motor racing vehicles held in the grounds of Goodwood Estate, West Sussex, England.
Goodwood Festival of Speed is back up and running from the 8th to the 11th of July 2021, after last year's stop, enabling fans and motorsport enthusiasts to get closer to the action than ever before as cars and bikes roar up the 1,16-mile parkland drive, right past Goodwood House. From classic sports cars to the latest Formula 1 machines, Le Mans winners to drag racers and supercars to vintage bikes, nowhere else in the world will you see such a vast array of machines.
Kangaroo, which will be driven by its designer Fabrizio Giugiaro, is a high-performance prototype able to match any terrain and any road condition, be it track, sand, dirt or snow, thanks to its functionality and technology.
GFG Style will not be the only Italian presence at the Festival: the Gino Macaluso Foundation for Historic Cars, which houses one of the most important automotive collections in the world and is dedicated to the memory of the homonymous sportsman and rally champion, also participates by exhibiting 8 of their cars. Fabrizio Giugiaro will be driving one of them in the race, the Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16V that won the Sanremo Rally in 1990: a family matter, given that the car was designed by his father Giorgetto.