Whenever the vehicle brakes, a flywheel captures energy that is directed to the vehicle’s twin 102 hp electric motors to provide a burst of speed
Mercedes-Benz announced electric version of the gull-wing supercar with a screaming 12,000 rpm, 526 horsepower and 649 pound-feet of torque
Who says that chinese can only copy things? Not only that they can make quite appealing cars, but with the built in technology, prepared for the star wars, they can take it to the next level. Don’t believe it, then continue to read…
Four asynchronous motors with a total output of 230 kilowatts (313 hp) give the Audi e-tron the performance of a high-output sports car. The concept car can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (0 – 62.14 mph) in 4.8 seconds if necessary, and goes from 60 to 120 km/h (37.28 – 74.56 mph) in 4.1 seconds.