New RUF’s electric vehicle based on Porsche 911

10 10 2008

RUF develops new electric vehicle which based on a Porsche 911 and powering by a three-chapter emotional motor that offers about 200 horsepower along with an impressive 480 lb.-ft. Of torque, the eRUF Model A can reportedly hit 60 miles per hour in under seven seconds and can reach a top rush of 160.

Power comes from a lithium iron phosphate sequence cram, which produces 317-volts and 480-amps and is made up from 96 individual cells. A satisfied price takes a very long 10-hours, and regenerative braking is included in the packet allowing for an array of up to 180 miles.

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From the outside, you’d never actually know that something was different about this 997, except that it doesn’t make that soul-stirring dull-six sound. This is still just a theory and its specifications are theme to change. We can be clearly, while, that this isn’t the last electrically-powered sportscar set to hit the advertise.

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13 10 2008
Alias

Electric powered sports cars are a very exciting space right now. Many exciting projects will be coming out soon.

20 10 2008
PorscheTV

Back to the future !

5 06 2009
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