The Formula Student Team hailing from the Switzerland-based Academic Motorsports Association, located in Zurich, have developed a truly spectacular high-performance electric supercar that offers performance specs that have rarely been heard of in this particular automotive realm and segment.
This particular electric supercar happens to be powered by as many as four individual 37-kW hub motors, each of which is more than capable of pumping out 50 horsepower. When their forces are joined together, this quadrant of motors is capable of helping this vehicle zoom along from a standstill to 100 km/h in a scandalous 1.5 seconds. The vehicle's torque is also plain ridiculous at 1,202 pounds-feet.
Indeed this electric supercar is looking to shake up what it even means to be a supercar, with many other vehicles no longer meeting the criteria if this is the new standard of performance.
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