It’s the kind of thing that a conference organiser dreams about: a product launch that goes around the world. That’s what last week’s Electric Vehicle Conference in Brisbane got when a local collaboration launched an Australian-built e-sportster. The companies behind the yellow prototype electric sports car are machinery firm …
Not bad.... But the British Electric car is much nicer...
That is a seriously nice looking car. Can I have one with a V12 in it please!
British Electric Lighting?
Not bad.... But the English Electric Lighting is much nicer...
There you go - sorted that for you!
1.5hr at top speed?
The Veyron runs for 12minutes at its max speed before it runs out of juice. Of the petrol variety.
1.5hr at top speed, really?
They said its range is 300km and its top speed is 200km/hr. This only translates to a range of 300km at 200km/hr if you've built your vehicle with frictionless and superconducting parts and operate it in a vacuum.
I would say it's a given that that top speed is quoted with real-world conditions.
> real world conditions
In Oz, that means you need an air-conditioner.
How long did you say the battery lasts?
Holy fuck that looks awesome for an electric car!
i'd be surprised if Ferrari's lawyers weren't looking at the front-end of that car..;.looks very, ahem, "influenced" by Maranello designers.
So, why is it named after a fax machine?
It's my birthday in about a week.
The domed roof reminds me of the McClaren F1; How's the performance with passengers on board? Or isn't there room for them?
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