Top 5 Coolest Electric Cars In The World

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Electric cars are becoming quite cool and a fashion symbol but I like them simply because they might save the planet one day, if it’s not too late already. There are many eco-friendly cars out there but I will talk about the cars here I really like.


Renovo Motors Coupe


Its chassis was provided by the Shelby American brand and inspired by the American sports car that won the 1964 Le Mans. Coupe produces 500 horsepower and 1,000 pound-feet of torque. That means it can do 0 to 60 mph in under 3.4 seconds, making it the fastest rear-wheel-drive production EV. It can also receive a quick charge in 30 minutes and a full charge in just five hours.


Morgan EV3


The British-made Morgan EV3 is easily recognizable of them all. It’s based upon the Morgan 3 Wheeler that was introduced in 2011. Instead of a two-cylinder gasoline motorcycle engine up front, the EV3 is powered by a 45-kilo-Watt (kW) electric motor that drives the rear wheel. Morgan is estimating the EV3 will be good for a 150-mile driving range.


Audi R8 e-tron


Audi R8’s electric motors produce 340 kW that will rocket this Teutonic EV to 62.1 mph from a standstill in 3.9 seconds. It also boasts a 279.6-mile range as well. It’s also because the R8 e-tron has lent its electric powertrain tech to the forthcoming Volkswagen Microbus EV, slated for debut at 2016 CES.


Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

This is the mighty Model X and it comes with Falcon Wing doors. The $142,000 P90D Founder model can do 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds while also returning a 250-mile range. It comes with panoramic windshield, large tablet-like touchscreen in the center console and doors that open as the owner walks up. Tesla also brags that the Model X is the safest SUV ever, with a body so strong that it broke some of the testing equipment. Tesla also included an incredibly robust HVAC system complete with a Bioweapons Defense Mode button.


Honda CR-Z prototype


Honda CR-Z hybrid has no gasoline engine onboard. Instead, each wheel is powered by its very own electric motor. With four motors capable of putting out 100% of their torque at zero rpm, this CR-Z prototype is very fast indeed. The CR-Z’s completed the Pikes Peak hillclimb earlier this year and it completed the course in 10:23.829 minutes. That time allowed it to take first in its Exhibition class, coming just a minute shy of the overall winning time at the event.


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