Electric cars faster

Electric cars faster

Electric cars faster
Rinspeed iChange 8: 0-100 km / h in 4 seconds
He recently made his debut at the Geneva Auto Show 2009 where he left many stunned critics thanks to its unique ability to change shape depending on the number of passengers on board. Its morphic forms have been made by Swiss designer Frank Rinderknecht talentalul who imagined a vehicle with only one place that, if necessary, can turn into one of three places. The reason behind this bizarre is that aerodynamics green meteor with spectacular results change depending on the weight of the car.
The car is powered by a 150 kilowatt electric motor that develops 204 horsepower, aided by integrated solar panels on the roof of the body, two lithium-ion battery and a gearbox borrowed from the Subaru WRX. Achieve a top speed of 220 km / h. Rinspeed iChange prototype is the most expensive vehicle in this top, costing one million euros.
7. Eliica: 0-100 km / h in 4 seconds
Although it looks like a vehicle off of a science fiction film category B, Eliica, with all its 8 wheels, accelerates faster than a Porsche 911 Turbo. Eliica (Electric Lithium-Ion Car) was invented by Japanese researcher Hiroshi Shimizu, the coordinator of a team of engineers at Keio University in Tokyo in late 2003.
On the high-speed Nardo circuit in Italy, bolide caught a top speed of 370 km / h, but its inventor says that in optimal conditions, Eliica can exceed 400 km / h - in fact, this is the current target of its producers. Until now, only two models were produced - one designed to excel in speed records, other records for acceleration, both costing about $ 250,000.
6. Tesla Roadster: 0-100 km / h in 3.9 s

Until recently, a sports car to be produced in series as "sexos and features" like the Bugatti Veyron, but emit zero grams of carbon dioxide resemble the utopian fantasy of a love of speed ecologist. But the dream was fulfilled last year at Tesla Motors unveiled the Tesla Roadster, a towering fireball cross the 100,000 euros that boast percent in 3.9 seconds and reaches whose engine speed exceeds 13,000 rpm (to 7,000 rpm can handle routinely as a motor fuel).
The vehicle was assembled in San Carlos in California and uses technical platform Lotus Elise sports model, to which are attached neither more nor less than 6,800 lithium-ion batteries. This gives a range of 360 km, and their full recharge takes 3 hours and a half. The top speed is 201 roadster km / h (electronically limited).