Electric Vehicles World’s Top 10 Fastest Electric Cars

Published on March 29th, 2009 | by Clayton

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World’s Top 10 Fastest Electric Cars


Aero EV

Think a Ferrari is fast? Watch one get schooled below.

Electric cars are no joke. Yes, it’s true that many EVs are small, ungainly-looking oddities, but the other end of the spectrum—the realm of high-performance supercars—might surprise you.

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After re-discovering a 1972 electric datsun that can accelerate from 0-60 in 3 seconds, we decided that an important question hadn’t really been answered yet:  how do the electric cars we’ve been hearing so much about stack up in terms of performance?

Below, we’ve listed the world’s top 10 fastest electric cars, based on the best available information (and a little creative license). Note that our criteria does not take into account a variety of important factors like charging time, availability, and cost. All cars are simply ranked by the time it takes them to get from 0-60 mph.

Most of the machines shown here are either not available or otherwise out out of the realm of possibility for most, but then again, so are most high-performance gas-powerd cars.  And that doesn’t keep us from admiring them. Please keep in mind that this post is not intended to be the final word on this topic.

Btw, if you’re interested in joining the first mailing list dedicated to bulk purchasing electric cars, check it out (you can also get cheap solar there too).

Disclaimer: The numbers below come primarily from builder websites, although some are visibly validated in the videos below. Some of these cars only exist in the imaginations of the designers, so for those we’ll have to wait for some real-world testing to take place. Enjoy.

1. Shelby SuperCars Aero EV: 0-60 mph in 2.5s

Shelby SuperCarsAero EV

The Aero EV debuted mid-2008 with some shocking statistics: a twin motor AESP producing 1,000 hp, 60 mph in a mere 2.5 seconds, and a top speed of 208 mph.

Shelby SuperCars already holds the distinction for the world’s fastest production car, the 2009 SSC Ultimate Aero (270 mph). While some of the claims for the new Aero EV seem outlandish, such as a 10 minute charge-time on a standard 110 outlet and a 150-200 mile range on a single charge, this doesn’t stop it from being the king of this list of high-performance machines.

2. The custom 1972 Electric Datsun: 0-60 mph in 2.95s

1972 electric datsun

The 1972 Datsun pictured above inspired this list, after we posted about it recently. Ultimately, I wanted to see if this custom-mod was really the world’s fastest car, and it didn’t disapoint at 2nd place. From the outside, you wouldn’t expect a high-performance monster, but this thing rockets from 0 to 60 in 2.95 seconds, taking a quarter-mile in 11.46 seconds with a 114.08 mph trap speed. The top speed of the car is estimated to be 130 mph.

Unlike other cars on this list, the Datsun—even with expensive lithium-ion batteries—costs only $35,000.

See our last post on it (World’s Fastest Electric Car is a 1972 Datsun) or watch the video below.

3. Wrightspeed X1: 0-60 mph in 3.07s

We covered the X1 when it first debuted last year (see An Electric Car With Muscle: The 175 MPGe X1 Prototype by Wrightspeed Inc).

The X1 uses a 3-phase AC induction motor and inverter from AC Propulsion, which catapults it from 0-60 in 3.07 seconds. There’s no clutch, no shifting, and first gear will take you all the way to 112 mph. The electrical system is powered by lithium polymer batteries, which is a variation on lithium-based systems we’ve highlighted before. The X1 has a 100 mile range and reaches an overall equivalent of 175 MPG.

You can see the X1 smoke a Ferrari and a Porsche in this video:

NEXT: #4. L1X-75: 0-60 in 3.1 Seconds:




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About the Author

In a past life, Clayton was a professional blogger and editor of Gas 2.0, Important Media’s blog covering the future of sustainable transportation. He was also the Managing Editor for GO Media, the predecessor to Important Media.



  • http://www.plasmaboyracing.com John ‘Plasma Boy’ Wayland

    Thank you for featuring White Zombie, but please correct the stats, as it runs 0-60 in 2.95 seconds, and its ‘trap speed’ at the end of the 1/4 mile is 114.08 mph. The car’s ‘top speed’ is in the neighborhood of 130 mph if given more than just 1320 feet to stretch its legs! Since the outrageous price tags are mentioned with some of the other cars shown, the Zombie’s ~$35,000 price (when using expensive lithium cells) should be included as well, to keep things in perspective.

    You might want to change this title from ‘World’s 10 Fastest Electric Cars’ to ‘World’s 10 Quickest Electric Cars’, since you specify “All cars are simply ranked by the time it takes them to get from 0-60 mph.” 0-60 is an acceleration parameter, while’Fastest’ refers to top speed, not acceleration. Also, hybrids are not electric cars, so they should be left out of this comparison… unless you do a third name change to ‘World’s 10 Quickest Electric and Hybrid Cars.

    -Our thanks to John (the owner/builder of the White Zombie) for taking the time to expand on some of our choices and correct the information about the White Zombie. We’ll be making the changes shortly. — Nick Chambers

  • http://www.plasmaboyracing.com John ‘Plasma Boy’ Wayland

    Thank you for featuring White Zombie, but please correct the stats, as it runs 0-60 in 2.95 seconds, and its ‘trap speed’ at the end of the 1/4 mile is 114.08 mph. The car’s ‘top speed’ is in the neighborhood of 130 mph if given more than just 1320 feet to stretch its legs! Since the outrageous price tags are mentioned with some of the other cars shown, the Zombie’s ~$35,000 price (when using expensive lithium cells) should be included as well, to keep things in perspective.

    You might want to change this title from ‘World’s 10 Fastest Electric Cars’ to ‘World’s 10 Quickest Electric Cars’, since you specify “All cars are simply ranked by the time it takes them to get from 0-60 mph.” 0-60 is an acceleration parameter, while’Fastest’ refers to top speed, not acceleration. Also, hybrids are not electric cars, so they should be left out of this comparison… unless you do a third name change to ‘World’s 10 Quickest Electric and Hybrid Cars.

    -Our thanks to John (the owner/builder of the White Zombie) for taking the time to expand on some of our choices and correct the information about the White Zombie. We’ll be making the changes shortly. — Nick Chambers

  • http://greenoptions.com Clayton B. Cornell
  • http://greenoptions.com Clayton B. Cornell
  • http://www.theprintables.com/ Allie

    I really don’t understand why these automakers are focusing so much time on these vehicles instead of finding ways to lower prices or lengthen the amount of miles between charges.

  • http://www.theprintables.com/ Allie

    I really don’t understand why these automakers are focusing so much time on these vehicles instead of finding ways to lower prices or lengthen the amount of miles between charges.

  • ChuckL

    It is really too bad that you usually feel that it is necessary to denigrate existing cars rather than just promote “Green” cars on their own merits.

    This is not necessary and it is counter productive for many people. The presentations in this issue should be your example for how to present all of these issues. The use of performance specifications and comparisons is the correct way to go.

  • ChuckL

    It is really too bad that you usually feel that it is necessary to denigrate existing cars rather than just promote “Green” cars on their own merits.

    This is not necessary and it is counter productive for many people. The presentations in this issue should be your example for how to present all of these issues. The use of performance specifications and comparisons is the correct way to go.

  • A

    That list is wrong and confusing. most of the models are not even in production and very likely won’t make it there.

  • A

    That list is wrong and confusing. most of the models are not even in production and very likely won’t make it there.

  • Rowan

    Fun article. Honorable mention-the beautiful Tesla Model S. 0-60 in 5.6 seconds, seats 5+2 and 57,000 before the 7,000 tax refund. Can’t wait until the range hits 600 and the charge time 6 minutes. A123 apparently has a battery that charges to 95% in 6 min. I wonder what the range is if put in a Model S?

  • Rowan

    Fun article. Honorable mention-the beautiful Tesla Model S. 0-60 in 5.6 seconds, seats 5+2 and 57,000 before the 7,000 tax refund. Can’t wait until the range hits 600 and the charge time 6 minutes. A123 apparently has a battery that charges to 95% in 6 min. I wonder what the range is if put in a Model S?

  • http://www.illinois.edu/goto/twike M@

    @Author RE Tango: “I’m not sure how this thing would bank sharp turns”

    If you read the first page of their website it says that the Tango tips the scales at 2-3,000 pounds i.e., the weight of a “mid-sized Sedan” And the “low CG” means that the bulk of that weight is located 6-12″ off the ground between the 4 tires.

    So the size of a Goldwing, the weight of a Camry = it doesn’t need to bank, as the weight is low enough it is much more likely to “slide” off the turns, not go on two wheels. It’s essentially a “sled” of batteries/motor/wheels with a passenger cab on top — the 2-400 pounds of passenger weight is negligible compared to the 2-3,000 pounds, compared to the same 1-300 (rider-plus one) pounds on a motorcycle that has a high CG and low weight (250-600 pounds)

    @Allie: Because the Big Car manufacturers still don’t get it ;-p — 80% of Americans travel 50 miles or less a day (50% of us travel 25 miles or less), and judging by the cars I see going to work, a significant number of these miles are single passenger. Current EV ranges are just fine, when you figure half that is to get you to work, the other half back home, and you’ve got a 6-9 hour charge time while you’re at work… I’ve put over 6,000 miles on an EV with a 30-40 mile range per charge.

    In general, high-speed electric vehicles are brought out because manufacturers feel the public has the misconception that electric vehicles are slow. In truth, they will blow the socks off gas cars BUT they won’t get you back and forth to work very well. Most in-town commuters will do quite nicely with an Electric Vehicle that gets between 30-50 miles per charge when they’re driven between 30-50 mph — it’s worked for me for the past two years…

  • http://www.illinois.edu/goto/twike M@

    @Author RE Tango: “I’m not sure how this thing would bank sharp turns”

    If you read the first page of their website it says that the Tango tips the scales at 2-3,000 pounds i.e., the weight of a “mid-sized Sedan” And the “low CG” means that the bulk of that weight is located 6-12″ off the ground between the 4 tires.

    So the size of a Goldwing, the weight of a Camry = it doesn’t need to bank, as the weight is low enough it is much more likely to “slide” off the turns, not go on two wheels. It’s essentially a “sled” of batteries/motor/wheels with a passenger cab on top — the 2-400 pounds of passenger weight is negligible compared to the 2-3,000 pounds, compared to the same 1-300 (rider-plus one) pounds on a motorcycle that has a high CG and low weight (250-600 pounds)

    @Allie: Because the Big Car manufacturers still don’t get it ;-p — 80% of Americans travel 50 miles or less a day (50% of us travel 25 miles or less), and judging by the cars I see going to work, a significant number of these miles are single passenger. Current EV ranges are just fine, when you figure half that is to get you to work, the other half back home, and you’ve got a 6-9 hour charge time while you’re at work… I’ve put over 6,000 miles on an EV with a 30-40 mile range per charge.

    In general, high-speed electric vehicles are brought out because manufacturers feel the public has the misconception that electric vehicles are slow. In truth, they will blow the socks off gas cars BUT they won’t get you back and forth to work very well. Most in-town commuters will do quite nicely with an Electric Vehicle that gets between 30-50 miles per charge when they’re driven between 30-50 mph — it’s worked for me for the past two years…

  • Uncle B

    The average American male is being forced to give up his insane notion that the length of his penis is related to low ET’s and splashy car bodies and take up the European notion of personality, skill and manners in seduction – not taught in newer American movies but obsessed on in the earlier black and whites. The great republican depression with its hard times and cash shortages combined with the end of the “cheap oil era” will force this enlightenment on us and make us whole again. Cars will no longer be an “extension” of the manliness, but simply a comfortable means for either sex to get from point A to point B, much to the chagrin of the advertisers who recently put female sex into every sales pitch to a mostly male consumer. Times have changed, Expect little pink and mauve electric commuters soon! GM’s downfall – a Double Y ex-marine, possibly raised by his father, a masochistic sicko, for a CEO – not good for sales to the ladies!

  • Uncle B

    The average American male is being forced to give up his insane notion that the length of his penis is related to low ET’s and splashy car bodies and take up the European notion of personality, skill and manners in seduction – not taught in newer American movies but obsessed on in the earlier black and whites. The great republican depression with its hard times and cash shortages combined with the end of the “cheap oil era” will force this enlightenment on us and make us whole again. Cars will no longer be an “extension” of the manliness, but simply a comfortable means for either sex to get from point A to point B, much to the chagrin of the advertisers who recently put female sex into every sales pitch to a mostly male consumer. Times have changed, Expect little pink and mauve electric commuters soon! GM’s downfall – a Double Y ex-marine, possibly raised by his father, a masochistic sicko, for a CEO – not good for sales to the ladies!

  • matthews

    @ allie

    Most innovations in automobile technology have been paid for by racing and tested on the grueling conditions of the track.

  • matthews

    @ allie

    Most innovations in automobile technology have been paid for by racing and tested on the grueling conditions of the track.

  • Visitor

    SO! Instead of the government bailing out Chrysler or GM AGAIN AND AGAIN, maybe the hundreds of millions to billions should be given to these companies designing and building electrical vehicles instead! Wouldn’t that make a lot of sense with regard to fulfilling Obama’s other goal of changing energy sources? GM & Chrysler will undoubtedly fail anyway… We’re just kicking the can down the road until later this year…

  • Visitor

    SO! Instead of the government bailing out Chrysler or GM AGAIN AND AGAIN, maybe the hundreds of millions to billions should be given to these companies designing and building electrical vehicles instead! Wouldn’t that make a lot of sense with regard to fulfilling Obama’s other goal of changing energy sources? GM & Chrysler will undoubtedly fail anyway… We’re just kicking the can down the road until later this year…

  • norm@n

    yes i admit it is pretty impressive but its a hard sell for the muscle car guys…was it me or was that a rolling start?? i know guys with daily drivers going to track on the weekend doing 12’s..now have them put the slicks on and lets see what the backyard machanec can do in his limited budget, or give him a a couple hundread thousand for the goodies he wants in his car…

  • norm@n

    yes i admit it is pretty impressive but its a hard sell for the muscle car guys…was it me or was that a rolling start?? i know guys with daily drivers going to track on the weekend doing 12’s..now have them put the slicks on and lets see what the backyard machanec can do in his limited budget, or give him a a couple hundread thousand for the goodies he wants in his car…

  • http://www.nedra.com Mike Willmon

    Here is my electric backyard mechanic style EV conversion. 12.47 second 1/4 mile at 105 mph. Cost just over $20k, and I can drive it to work. The muscle cars guys at my track ARE impressed. Especially the ones with new 383 strokers that we take out first time out.

    Just Google for “electric Crazyhorse Pinto”

    http://www.evalbum.com/1093

  • http://www.nedra.com Mike Willmon

    Here is my electric backyard mechanic style EV conversion. 12.47 second 1/4 mile at 105 mph. Cost just over $20k, and I can drive it to work. The muscle cars guys at my track ARE impressed. Especially the ones with new 383 strokers that we take out first time out.

    Just Google for “electric Crazyhorse Pinto”

    http://www.evalbum.com/1093

  • chris

    That guy driving the ferrari was garbage get a better driver next time

  • chris

    That guy driving the ferrari was garbage get a better driver next time

  • Bernie

    Electric cars obviously practical now withthe lithium family of batteries. The Tesla Sedan witha 250 mile range taking 45r minutes to cahrge if you have a truck stop with a 450v outlet, more tiem if lower voltages. which raises the question what if teh infrastructure to be built recharge stations have4500v outlets 4 minutes to charge? IT is practical now is the thing to know.

    AND, this is what the DETROIT Bailout shouold insist upon. electric cars & trucks for everybody. Unless of course you prefer poisonous air in your lungs.

  • Bernie

    Electric cars obviously practical now withthe lithium family of batteries. The Tesla Sedan witha 250 mile range taking 45r minutes to cahrge if you have a truck stop with a 450v outlet, more tiem if lower voltages. which raises the question what if teh infrastructure to be built recharge stations have4500v outlets 4 minutes to charge? IT is practical now is the thing to know.

    AND, this is what the DETROIT Bailout shouold insist upon. electric cars & trucks for everybody. Unless of course you prefer poisonous air in your lungs.

  • Bernie

    electric cars should be president obamas plan. why isnt it?

  • Bernie

    electric cars should be president obamas plan. why isnt it?

  • http://yahoo unstoppable01

    I really liked the acticle. I think it helps to show that electric cars can perform which is what I think most people think they can’t do. Sadly though most of the cars are either out of the price range for an average consumer or just look horrible some both. Hopefully someday (soon) we can get to a point where an electric sports car can sell for 30-35k with a nice look to it as well.

  • See2

    Gee Uncle B, why is it that those who don’t understand what makes car enthusiasts tick, often try to equate it to some “male ego” shortcoming (their own perhaps). It is the enthusiasts who will create the best new designs as exemplified here. Fast cars are enjoyable just as is downhill skiing, and any number of other sports or activities. A beautifully designed and detailed car is enjoyable to look at just as is a magnificent landscape or a Hubble telescope image of a distant star cluster. If you want to drive a pink electric car with a top speed of 60 mph, more power to you, I just don’t see the need to insult others to justify your own preferences. Technology rocks!

  • See2

    Gee Uncle B, why is it that those who don’t understand what makes car enthusiasts tick, often try to equate it to some “male ego” shortcoming (their own perhaps). It is the enthusiasts who will create the best new designs as exemplified here. Fast cars are enjoyable just as is downhill skiing, and any number of other sports or activities. A beautifully designed and detailed car is enjoyable to look at just as is a magnificent landscape or a Hubble telescope image of a distant star cluster. If you want to drive a pink electric car with a top speed of 60 mph, more power to you, I just don’t see the need to insult others to justify your own preferences. Technology rocks!

  • tc

    NO pollution? What about the smoke during the burnout

  • tc

    NO pollution? What about the smoke during the burnout

  • Paul

    Can someone please tell me why we are subsidizing GM and Chrysler? If we gave these companies and Tesla Motors $30 billion, just imagine what we would have. Unit costs for these high performance electric cars would plummet and the technology would probably leapfrog as we learn about the technology. The Volt is a joke btw; it has the same basic performance as the GM EV1 which is a DECADE old. I don’t know why the media hypes the Volt, it’s a stupid design that is already obsolete – it’s emblematic of why US manufacturing is falling behind in car sales.

  • Paul

    Can someone please tell me why we are subsidizing GM and Chrysler? If we gave these companies and Tesla Motors $30 billion, just imagine what we would have. Unit costs for these high performance electric cars would plummet and the technology would probably leapfrog as we learn about the technology. The Volt is a joke btw; it has the same basic performance as the GM EV1 which is a DECADE old. I don’t know why the media hypes the Volt, it’s a stupid design that is already obsolete – it’s emblematic of why US manufacturing is falling behind in car sales.

  • Jessica

    I don’t care who you are but if someone get into that car speeding 80+ mph and something went wrong your good as dead. Whats the point of making a car that goes fast when you can’t drive fast on a freeway that only allows you to go only 65 mph unless if its on the racetracks?

  • Jessica

    I don’t care who you are but if someone get into that car speeding 80+ mph and something went wrong your good as dead. Whats the point of making a car that goes fast when you can’t drive fast on a freeway that only allows you to go only 65 mph unless if its on the racetracks?

  • http://n/a Jim Price

    C’mon, you’re comparing apples & oranges. 1500 lbs vs 3000 lbs with the Ferrari? This thing weighs next to nothing, and I’ll wager it’s not street-ready or street-legal, except for probably the seat belt. Comparisons grounded in reality, please!

  • Newton P

    I really enjoyed this piece. Go electric!

    The benefits of electric vehicles are obvious, but how are people measuring the trade-offs for electrics cars? It’s pretty standard to talk about gas-powered vehicles and the carbon dioxide output. What’s the equivalent for electric vehicles? How much fossil fuel is burned to generate the electricity? How is the life cycle of the batteries measured?

    I’d love for the US to move to electric vehicles, but I also want to know the trane-offs we’re making. I’d hate to move in a promising direction only to find later that we have another mess on our hands.

  • Newton P

    I really enjoyed this piece. Go electric!

    The benefits of electric vehicles are obvious, but how are people measuring the trade-offs for electrics cars? It’s pretty standard to talk about gas-powered vehicles and the carbon dioxide output. What’s the equivalent for electric vehicles? How much fossil fuel is burned to generate the electricity? How is the life cycle of the batteries measured?

    I’d love for the US to move to electric vehicles, but I also want to know the trane-offs we’re making. I’d hate to move in a promising direction only to find later that we have another mess on our hands.

  • marion mobley

    I simply don’t believe the 150 mile range(at a reasonable speed) and the 10 minute recharge time combination from a house circuit. Someone is misquoting the truth. That is almost like perpetual motion. A house type outlet would produce in 10 minutes only: 120V X 20A X 600 seconds = 1,440 KJ of energy. That is much less energy than 1 gallon of gasoline. (Sorry for the physics lesson.)

  • marion mobley

    I simply don’t believe the 150 mile range(at a reasonable speed) and the 10 minute recharge time combination from a house circuit. Someone is misquoting the truth. That is almost like perpetual motion. A house type outlet would produce in 10 minutes only: 120V X 20A X 600 seconds = 1,440 KJ of energy. That is much less energy than 1 gallon of gasoline. (Sorry for the physics lesson.)

  • MattyMat

    My car can go from 0 to Who Cares in 0.0 secs. Beat that!!!

  • MattyMat

    My car can go from 0 to Who Cares in 0.0 secs. Beat that!!!

  • Jacob

    You forgot the new Koenigsegg model. It was a really cool new concept that debuted at the Geneva Auto Show this year.

  • Jacob

    You forgot the new Koenigsegg model. It was a really cool new concept that debuted at the Geneva Auto Show this year.

  • Matt

    electric cars will always be quicker because an electric motor has much more torque than a gas powered car… however gas powered car has much more range than an electric power, and that’s where they should be focusing their research…

  • Matt

    electric cars will always be quicker because an electric motor has much more torque than a gas powered car… however gas powered car has much more range than an electric power, and that’s where they should be focusing their research…

  • http://N/A J.V.

    Why aren’t we mass-producing this fast electric cars? No wonder american car companies are going down the toilet.

  • Jason

    This car is impressive. But, the weight alone adds a risk of wind lift. The light weight provided the ability to drive in that fashion. Once the vehicle is completely street legal and wind safe, the performance ability with speed will drop. It is like racing against a ferrari or porsche with a motorcycle.

  • Jason

    This car is impressive. But, the weight alone adds a risk of wind lift. The light weight provided the ability to drive in that fashion. Once the vehicle is completely street legal and wind safe, the performance ability with speed will drop. It is like racing against a ferrari or porsche with a motorcycle.

  • http://www.threerosesbedandbreakfast.com Sharon Hansen

    If anyone knows anyone at GM, send the link to this info to the idiots. I would buy an electric car in a heartbeat over a gas car if I were in the market for a car.

  • http://www.threerosesbedandbreakfast.com Sharon Hansen

    If anyone knows anyone at GM, send the link to this info to the idiots. I would buy an electric car in a heartbeat over a gas car if I were in the market for a car.

  • Jared D

    In my opinion the manufacturers should put more time and effort into making the cars cheaper to build, instead of wasting money and resources making them go fast.. Simply because its not even legal to go 112mph on the highway if you didnt already know that, no offense.

  • Jared D

    In my opinion the manufacturers should put more time and effort into making the cars cheaper to build, instead of wasting money and resources making them go fast.. Simply because its not even legal to go 112mph on the highway if you didnt already know that, no offense.

  • http://needycollegestudents.com Needy Student

    Those batteries have instant power, but can peter out quickly of pulling a lot of weight. Thats about the only thing a gas engine can be better at.

  • http://needycollegestudents.com Needy Student

    Those batteries have instant power, but can peter out quickly of pulling a lot of weight. Thats about the only thing a gas engine can be better at.

  • Doug

    Did you guys never hear of the Killacycle?? Makes everything on this list look pokey.

    http://www.killacycle.com/

  • Doug

    Did you guys never hear of the Killacycle?? Makes everything on this list look pokey.

    http://www.killacycle.com/

  • http://betterconstructed.com JohnLewisMealer

    Very impressive… But I would like to make it very clear that Mealer Companies aka…

    Mealer American Motors Corporation has the next real deal and non EV, non fossil fuel USA made Autmobile.

    We expect to be the next major US Automaker.

    Just stay tuned.. and no more crack pots, please… Funding is finally near!

  • http://betterconstructed.com JohnLewisMealer

    Very impressive… But I would like to make it very clear that Mealer Companies aka…

    Mealer American Motors Corporation has the next real deal and non EV, non fossil fuel USA made Autmobile.

    We expect to be the next major US Automaker.

    Just stay tuned.. and no more crack pots, please… Funding is finally near!

  • http://www.evfestival.com EVman

    Hey, if anyone is interested and you live in SoCal, come out the Electric Vehicle Festival at Hollywood Park on July 18th. We’re to get many of the above EV models to be displayed. We already know that Telsa will be there.

    http://www.ElectricVehicleFestival.com

    See you there!

    EVman

  • http://www.evfestival.com EVman

    Hey, if anyone is interested and you live in SoCal, come out the Electric Vehicle Festival at Hollywood Park on July 18th. We’re to get many of the above EV models to be displayed. We already know that Telsa will be there.

    http://www.ElectricVehicleFestival.com

    See you there!

    EVman

  • Rick

    This was a fun list. I would hope to see some of the cars shown here.Not that they have to go fast or look cool, just being able to drive up to a gas station and asking where the plug-in is.Oh yeah, Uncle B I think you have “penis” on the brain! Tesla was Edison’s medicine!

  • Rick

    This was a fun list. I would hope to see some of the cars shown here.Not that they have to go fast or look cool, just being able to drive up to a gas station and asking where the plug-in is.Oh yeah, Uncle B I think you have “penis” on the brain! Tesla was Edison’s medicine!

  • Matt

    Quicker maybe but definitely not faster..

    The term “Fast” refers to a top stop speed (aka velocity)…

    quickness is how fast a car can get to a particular velocity…

    So these cars are quicker – not faster. Facts please.

  • Matt

    Quicker maybe but definitely not faster..

    The term “Fast” refers to a top stop speed (aka velocity)…

    quickness is how fast a car can get to a particular velocity…

    So these cars are quicker – not faster. Facts please.

  • Matt M

    A 1972 datsun what a perfect car ! Keep it up guys . Maybe one day that technology will be expanded for consumer use . It’s great seing a 30 K car smoke a 400 K car .

  • Matt M

    A 1972 datsun what a perfect car ! Keep it up guys . Maybe one day that technology will be expanded for consumer use . It’s great seing a 30 K car smoke a 400 K car .

  • Joshua

    It’s really great that so much time and energy is being put into electric cars. I think the “fast ones” are being used as an endorsement-“Hey! Electric cars can be cool, too!” I will say though that I would like to see an electric truck that can outperform in 4×4 offroad use (and doesn’t cost $150,000). Until then, I’ll just keep playing with my 12/15 mpg Jeep Wrangler.

  • Joshua

    It’s really great that so much time and energy is being put into electric cars. I think the “fast ones” are being used as an endorsement-“Hey! Electric cars can be cool, too!” I will say though that I would like to see an electric truck that can outperform in 4×4 offroad use (and doesn’t cost $150,000). Until then, I’ll just keep playing with my 12/15 mpg Jeep Wrangler.

  • John

    Bottom line, if these cars don’t make to mass production nor they are built for consumers, then we don’t need to hear/know about them. Yes, they are innovative, have great potential, but not practical at all.

  • John

    Bottom line, if these cars don’t make to mass production nor they are built for consumers, then we don’t need to hear/know about them. Yes, they are innovative, have great potential, but not practical at all.

  • http://greenoptions.com Clayton B. Cornell

    Thanks everyone who took the time to comment on this post. As you may have guessed, this was intended to be more of an eye-opener than a definitive, all-encompassing resource.

    We’ll be correcting mistakes and following up on things in the next day or two.

  • http://greenoptions.com Clayton B. Cornell

    Thanks everyone who took the time to comment on this post. As you may have guessed, this was intended to be more of an eye-opener than a definitive, all-encompassing resource.

    We’ll be correcting mistakes and following up on things in the next day or two.

  • will cline

    I think this speed challenge is good publicity at least for those republicans who need things thrown in their face fifty times over to believe something and who boast about their gas guzzling sports cars, but I do really hope the battery technoledgy will improve. Since we have a president who is amazingly enough “shining a spotlight on these green cars” [that have been around for decades but havent excelled because of lack of interest in making any change "from mainly repubs"] the technoledgy will be financed and pushed for production soon.

  • will cline

    I think this speed challenge is good publicity at least for those republicans who need things thrown in their face fifty times over to believe something and who boast about their gas guzzling sports cars, but I do really hope the battery technoledgy will improve. Since we have a president who is amazingly enough “shining a spotlight on these green cars” [that have been around for decades but havent excelled because of lack of interest in making any change "from mainly repubs"] the technoledgy will be financed and pushed for production soon.

  • Gansta H

    Well said, “Uncle B.” So, is it finally safe to say that penis size really doesn’t matter??

  • Gansta H

    Well said, “Uncle B.” So, is it finally safe to say that penis size really doesn’t matter??

  • Mike

    What’s really sad is the ignorance of the technology we ALREADY have. Like ford’s 1930’s GAS VAPORIZOR, that can at least DOUBLE your gas millage. It is sold in kits only, and found in the cars in 1970’s that were for competing for best gas mileage (sponsored by a oil company no less). The opel model got over 300+mpg (not really road ready though).

    Or GM’s true module V8 that can get up to 60mpg. Gas usage in the us can easily drop in half at least (that includes imports) if we bothered using what we already have/had for years.

  • Mike

    What’s really sad is the ignorance of the technology we ALREADY have. Like ford’s 1930’s GAS VAPORIZOR, that can at least DOUBLE your gas millage. It is sold in kits only, and found in the cars in 1970’s that were for competing for best gas mileage (sponsored by a oil company no less). The opel model got over 300+mpg (not really road ready though).

    Or GM’s true module V8 that can get up to 60mpg. Gas usage in the us can easily drop in half at least (that includes imports) if we bothered using what we already have/had for years.

  • http://www.coroflot.com/BlueRSX Jerry D. Elmore

    I’m glad that the Tango was not excluded from this list. I’ve been a big fan of the Tango for over 5 years since it not only seeks to reduce our dependence on foreign oil but also seeks to address the problems of congested roadways which is something the other cars on this list can’t say.

    Granted, it is a narrow car but it does have a rollover threshold similar to a Porsche 911. As such, it WILL handle banked curves.with ease and is safer than a motorcycle.

    Here’s a video of my own creation featuring the Tango.

    Thanks and enjoy!

  • http://www.coroflot.com/BlueRSX Jerry D. Elmore

    I’m glad that the Tango was not excluded from this list. I’ve been a big fan of the Tango for over 5 years since it not only seeks to reduce our dependence on foreign oil but also seeks to address the problems of congested roadways which is something the other cars on this list can’t say.

    Granted, it is a narrow car but it does have a rollover threshold similar to a Porsche 911. As such, it WILL handle banked curves.with ease and is safer than a motorcycle.

    Here’s a video of my own creation featuring the Tango.

    Thanks and enjoy!

  • http://www.coroflot.com/BlueRSX Jerry D. Elmore

    I’m glad that the Tango was not excluded from this list. I’ve been a big fan of the Tango for over 5 years since it not only seeks to reduce our dependence on foreign oil but also seeks to address the problems of congested roadways which is something the other cars on this list can’t say.

    Granted, it is a narrow car but it does have a rollover threshold similar to a Porsche 911. As such, it WILL handle banked curves.with ease and is safer than a motorcycle.

    Here’s a video of my own creation featuring the Tango.

    Thanks and enjoy!

  • catherine

    and yes the only ones that can get the fastest Electric cars will be the ones that have alot of money like celebrity.there cool lookin cars

  • catherine

    and yes the only ones that can get the fastest Electric cars will be the ones that have alot of money like celebrity.there cool lookin cars

  • catherine

    and yes the only ones that can get the fastest Electric cars will be the ones that have alot of money like celebrity.there cool lookin cars

  • Chris peters

    I believe it is missleading to say that the WhitE Zombie Broke all these records and did not expel one ounce of air pollution. One question, how was the electricity generated to charge to batteries? As far as I know there is no way to produce electricity without creating some form of pollution. Just a thought.

  • Chris peters

    I believe it is missleading to say that the WhitE Zombie Broke all these records and did not expel one ounce of air pollution. One question, how was the electricity generated to charge to batteries? As far as I know there is no way to produce electricity without creating some form of pollution. Just a thought.

  • http://vinylsauruswrex.com wrexall

    Wow on the whole article. The big question is where can I get one?

    next, When?

    A Datsun…..

    I’d drive it all day and half the night.

  • http://vinylsauruswrex.com wrexall

    Wow on the whole article. The big question is where can I get one?

    next, When?

    A Datsun…..

    I’d drive it all day and half the night.

  • http://vinylsauruswrex.com wrexall

    Wow on the whole article. The big question is where can I get one?

    next, When?

    A Datsun…..

    I’d drive it all day and half the night.

  • http://bestgamingkeyboards.com WOW Racing

    Damn those electric car is so fk amazing

    I want to get one next time, I want to get a flying car. :)

    lets see is a flying car faster or an electrical car is faster Lol

    but deff. Electic car is better than gas car

  • http://bestgamingkeyboards.com WOW Racing

    Damn those electric car is so fk amazing

    I want to get one next time, I want to get a flying car. :)

    lets see is a flying car faster or an electrical car is faster Lol

    but deff. Electic car is better than gas car

  • http://bestgamingkeyboards.com WOW Racing

    Damn those electric car is so fk amazing

    I want to get one next time, I want to get a flying car. :)

    lets see is a flying car faster or an electrical car is faster Lol

    but deff. Electic car is better than gas car

  • Dave

    What about the Aptera and the Zap Alias? Both cars can do 100 mph, are going to be on the market this fall, and both are under $40,000. They are three wheeled instead of four, technically making them motorcycles. They aren’t as high performance as these dream machines, but they are viable options that people will be able to afford. In these tough economic times, I can’t see anyone being able to afford any of those vehicles in the list.

  • Dave

    What about the Aptera and the Zap Alias? Both cars can do 100 mph, are going to be on the market this fall, and both are under $40,000. They are three wheeled instead of four, technically making them motorcycles. They aren’t as high performance as these dream machines, but they are viable options that people will be able to afford. In these tough economic times, I can’t see anyone being able to afford any of those vehicles in the list.

  • Tuyen

    This is such an idiotic comparison.

    Oh wow – a car weighing HALF AS MUCH can accelerate faster. Oh my god…I’m totally and completely SHOCKED.

  • Tuyen

    This is such an idiotic comparison.

    Oh wow – a car weighing HALF AS MUCH can accelerate faster. Oh my god…I’m totally and completely SHOCKED.

  • Gregg

    A simple response to Mr. B :

    Dork!

  • Gregg

    A simple response to Mr. B :

    Dork!

  • Harry

    First off that Wrightspeed X1 isn’t even in production, both the 360 Modena and Carrera Gt are both limited in speed, and torque, you can hear the rev limiters kick in on both cars when revved. Next thing if you run that electric car at full power I guarantee the range will be cut down by more than half, just look at your laptop batteries and how fast they die running at moderate power and on top of that batteries are costly to manufacture and where are we going to dump them after they can’t be recharged anymore without affecting the environment? And one more thing never mind the fact that it takes forever to recharge an electric powered car but when you plug a car into a socket to recharge where is that power coming from? I’ll tell you, from coal burning power plants that kill our environment. That Wrightspeed will never make it to dealership floors. I’m sorry but battery powered cars is already dead. The future of cars will be hydrogen powered vehicles like the Honda Clarity that is currently being sold in California. But not to knock electric power I do give it it’s fair due, at the snap of a finger it will put down more torque than gasoline motors and torque is what matters when running a 1/4 mile.

  • Harry

    First off that Wrightspeed X1 isn’t even in production, both the 360 Modena and Carrera Gt are both limited in speed, and torque, you can hear the rev limiters kick in on both cars when revved. Next thing if you run that electric car at full power I guarantee the range will be cut down by more than half, just look at your laptop batteries and how fast they die running at moderate power and on top of that batteries are costly to manufacture and where are we going to dump them after they can’t be recharged anymore without affecting the environment? And one more thing never mind the fact that it takes forever to recharge an electric powered car but when you plug a car into a socket to recharge where is that power coming from? I’ll tell you, from coal burning power plants that kill our environment. That Wrightspeed will never make it to dealership floors. I’m sorry but battery powered cars is already dead. The future of cars will be hydrogen powered vehicles like the Honda Clarity that is currently being sold in California. But not to knock electric power I do give it it’s fair due, at the snap of a finger it will put down more torque than gasoline motors and torque is what matters when running a 1/4 mile.

  • Harry

    First off that Wrightspeed X1 isn’t even in production, both the 360 Modena and Carrera Gt are both limited in speed, and torque, you can hear the rev limiters kick in on both cars when revved. Next thing if you run that electric car at full power I guarantee the range will be cut down by more than half, just look at your laptop batteries and how fast they die running at moderate power and on top of that batteries are costly to manufacture and where are we going to dump them after they can’t be recharged anymore without affecting the environment? And one more thing never mind the fact that it takes forever to recharge an electric powered car but when you plug a car into a socket to recharge where is that power coming from? I’ll tell you, from coal burning power plants that kill our environment. That Wrightspeed will never make it to dealership floors. I’m sorry but battery powered cars is already dead. The future of cars will be hydrogen powered vehicles like the Honda Clarity that is currently being sold in California. But not to knock electric power I do give it it’s fair due, at the snap of a finger it will put down more torque than gasoline motors and torque is what matters when running a 1/4 mile.

  • dustin

    All i can say is i want more, in every way! Electric cars are the way of the future. Tell me more.

  • dustin

    All i can say is i want more, in every way! Electric cars are the way of the future. Tell me more.

  • dustin

    All i can say is i want more, in every way! Electric cars are the way of the future. Tell me more.

  • http://YAHOO GUILLERMO

    AWESOME,HOPEFULLY THESE CARS GO INTO PRODUCTION SOON.

  • chris

    You think EV’s are the way of the future cause they don’t emit pollution? Go search Google for Lithium battery disposal. Those things are far worse on the environment than Co2 especially since Co2 is naturally in the air, an increase in Co2 will not hurt the planet it will simply cause plants to thrive which will clean our air. People who believe in the hype of global warming obviously didn’t pay attention in grade school.

    They are basing the theory of Global warming on the records of 150 yrs of temperature readings, the planet has been around for billions of yrs or longer, so basically the people who are making these claims have no basis in fact to back it up they are simply trying to scare the hell outta everyone it’s the same tactic the march of dimes used to get people to donate money to polio research. Stop listening to politicians and “scientists”,use your head instead.

  • joel

    we need to look at the automobile as most people would use it day to day. the charging system, the storage system, and the passenger load or cargo load. these are the important aspects of getting an electric automobile on the road. i believe the car could recharge itself with alternators driven from each wheel, a wind turbine on the vehicle as well as solar plates. i’m not an engineer but i do have ideas.

  • joel

    we need to look at the automobile as most people would use it day to day. the charging system, the storage system, and the passenger load or cargo load. these are the important aspects of getting an electric automobile on the road. i believe the car could recharge itself with alternators driven from each wheel, a wind turbine on the vehicle as well as solar plates. i’m not an engineer but i do have ideas.

  • chris

    You think EV’s are the way of the future cause they don’t emit pollution? Go search Google for Lithium battery disposal. Those things are far worse on the environment than Co2 especially since Co2 is naturally in the air, an increase in Co2 will not hurt the planet it will simply cause plants to thrive which will clean our air. People who believe in the hype of global warming obviously didn’t pay attention in grade school.

    They are basing the theory of Global warming on the records of 150 yrs of temperature readings, the planet has been around for billions of yrs or longer, so basically the people who are making these claims have no basis in fact to back it up they are simply trying to scare the hell outta everyone it’s the same tactic the march of dimes used to get people to donate money to polio research. Stop listening to politicians and “scientists”,use your head instead.

  • joel

    we need to look at the automobile as most people would use it day to day. the charging system, the storage system, and the passenger load or cargo load. these are the important aspects of getting an electric automobile on the road. i believe the car could recharge itself with alternators driven from each wheel, a wind turbine on the vehicle as well as solar plates. i’m not an engineer but i do have ideas.

  • chris

    Sorry Harry but the driver is what matters in the 1/4. I’ve seen cars with 283 engines (factory standard everything else)swamp guys with a 454 and all the bells and whistles.

  • chris

    Sorry Harry but the driver is what matters in the 1/4. I’ve seen cars with 283 engines (factory standard everything else)swamp guys with a 454 and all the bells and whistles.

  • chris

    Sorry Harry but the driver is what matters in the 1/4. I’ve seen cars with 283 engines (factory standard everything else)swamp guys with a 454 and all the bells and whistles.

  • BrenRae

    One of the last comments made in this video was the Datsun never put out one ounce of air pollution during its racing. Isn’t tire smoke pollution? The hole shots really had the smoke pouring from his rear tires!

    But hey… What a cool car this guy has! Congrats on the world records!

  • BrenRae

    One of the last comments made in this video was the Datsun never put out one ounce of air pollution during its racing. Isn’t tire smoke pollution? The hole shots really had the smoke pouring from his rear tires!

    But hey… What a cool car this guy has! Congrats on the world records!

  • http://Worldstop10fastestelectriccars Brent Mulkey

    Because all of us have different needs.. The gas companies.. Big money..

    But some people don’t have big pockets like that. We just have certain needs.. Maybe not going 0-60 in 3.2 sec. But driving is esentail. Having a car that relys on electricity has it’s benifits. Not having to worry about the oil companies and their incredable greed. How did they get so greedy. Great question.?? Anwser. They did not come out with good electric cars until now:)

  • http://burkheadlee@yahoo.com Mr.Nikki Burkhead

    WILD,WONDERFUL AND GREAT ENGINEERING.VERY EXCITING,KEEP IT UP.THANK YOU THAT MADE ME HAPPY!

  • Smart

    Go in the garage and start your gas engine and breath deep. No debate, we are stupid enough to fall for burning fossil fuels and poisoning the air that keeps us alive. Get an electric vehicle and refueling system or ruin what keeps you alive.

  • Smart

    Go in the garage and start your gas engine and breath deep. No debate, we are stupid enough to fall for burning fossil fuels and poisoning the air that keeps us alive. Get an electric vehicle and refueling system or ruin what keeps you alive.

  • Smart

    Go in the garage and start your gas engine and breath deep. No debate, we are stupid enough to fall for burning fossil fuels and poisoning the air that keeps us alive. Get an electric vehicle and refueling system or ruin what keeps you alive.

  • Matt

    Just loved the high performance of these cars. Just shows you electric can be a lot of fun and beautiful. For practical uses everyday, regular electric cars perform well. Only trouble is to take a long trip means that you had better have a second vehicle that can go great distances as the current cars cannot. As far as sales of electric cars go, they are not likely to sell well as long as gasoline is still cheap, no matter what (abonination) Obamanation does to Detroit.

    I love the Aptera. However, it is still a two seater when most folks want at least 4 seats. Also, cannot take it on long trips because of long recharge.

  • Matt

    Just loved the high performance of these cars. Just shows you electric can be a lot of fun and beautiful. For practical uses everyday, regular electric cars perform well. Only trouble is to take a long trip means that you had better have a second vehicle that can go great distances as the current cars cannot. As far as sales of electric cars go, they are not likely to sell well as long as gasoline is still cheap, no matter what (abonination) Obamanation does to Detroit.

    I love the Aptera. However, it is still a two seater when most folks want at least 4 seats. Also, cannot take it on long trips because of long recharge.

  • Matt

    Just loved the high performance of these cars. Just shows you electric can be a lot of fun and beautiful. For practical uses everyday, regular electric cars perform well. Only trouble is to take a long trip means that you had better have a second vehicle that can go great distances as the current cars cannot. As far as sales of electric cars go, they are not likely to sell well as long as gasoline is still cheap, no matter what (abonination) Obamanation does to Detroit.

    I love the Aptera. However, it is still a two seater when most folks want at least 4 seats. Also, cannot take it on long trips because of long recharge.

  • Jack Burton

    Only problem is if everyone has an electric car how much will our electricity cost? Energy does come from somewhere!!

  • Jack Burton

    Only problem is if everyone has an electric car how much will our electricity cost? Energy does come from somewhere!!

  • Jack Burton

    Only problem is if everyone has an electric car how much will our electricity cost? Energy does come from somewhere!!

  • http://www.myspace.com/krarp66 Kenneth Arp

    Okay here is my two cents.

    With all the polution and complaints about car sales and fuel going up high last summer, even our Earth. Cant you see that if we manufacture these cars, the same people stand to build something that will run them out of Business and make money. It’s all about buying fuel from the same stock holders that manufacture what eats the fuel. They don’t know how to make batteries. Just goes to show you, they don’t care about our problems here in the World. I’m all for the electric cars…

    I want a car like this. Can I have one?

    Shelby SuperCars Aero EV: 0-60 mph in 2.5s

  • http://www.myspace.com/krarp66 Kenneth Arp

    Okay here is my two cents.

    With all the polution and complaints about car sales and fuel going up high last summer, even our Earth. Cant you see that if we manufacture these cars, the same people stand to build something that will run them out of Business and make money. It’s all about buying fuel from the same stock holders that manufacture what eats the fuel. They don’t know how to make batteries. Just goes to show you, they don’t care about our problems here in the World. I’m all for the electric cars…

    I want a car like this. Can I have one?

    Shelby SuperCars Aero EV: 0-60 mph in 2.5s

  • http://www.myspace.com/krarp66 Kenneth Arp

    Okay here is my two cents.

    With all the polution and complaints about car sales and fuel going up high last summer, even our Earth. Cant you see that if we manufacture these cars, the same people stand to build something that will run them out of Business and make money. It’s all about buying fuel from the same stock holders that manufacture what eats the fuel. They don’t know how to make batteries. Just goes to show you, they don’t care about our problems here in the World. I’m all for the electric cars…

    I want a car like this. Can I have one?

    Shelby SuperCars Aero EV: 0-60 mph in 2.5s

  • jonathan5052

    While most of us will have to wait for an affordable all-electric vehicle within our lifetimes, the hybrids seem to be improving, and are now ready for the consumer. Next year, in 2010, the Chevy Volt should be rolling away from a dealership near you. Our government should put more investment in cleaner transportation, and see that things are in place, where ordinary citizens can drive them at reasonable cost!

  • jonathan5052

    While most of us will have to wait for an affordable all-electric vehicle within our lifetimes, the hybrids seem to be improving, and are now ready for the consumer. Next year, in 2010, the Chevy Volt should be rolling away from a dealership near you. Our government should put more investment in cleaner transportation, and see that things are in place, where ordinary citizens can drive them at reasonable cost!

  • jonathan5052

    While most of us will have to wait for an affordable all-electric vehicle within our lifetimes, the hybrids seem to be improving, and are now ready for the consumer. Next year, in 2010, the Chevy Volt should be rolling away from a dealership near you. Our government should put more investment in cleaner transportation, and see that things are in place, where ordinary citizens can drive them at reasonable cost!

  • don

    can i have a second hand one?

  • don

    can i have a second hand one?

  • jerry

    L@@K…..this is really simple. this could have been done long time ago and now with technology so much further advanced than ever before it can be done. A FULLY ELECTRIC CAR….yes. THE WAVE OF THE FUTURE. BUT, will it be done is the question. and will it be affordable IF IT ACTUALLY DOES OCCUR IN OUR LIFETIME. it would change the mass to turn in oil and gas polluters to a clean form of energy the world needs NOW.

    Take a step back now and figure the reason why we haven’t produced a single car that gets 75 to 100 hundred miles to a gallon of gas….why? the technology has been there but, the oil companies have controlled the world for over a century and are not giving it up. wars are fought over it, countries are toppled for it, people fight and die for it. maybe someday the oil companies will relax the restraints on mpg’s and may let the auto manufacturers produce a car that gets 100 mpg or more. than what will consumers say about that and you will hear no more talk of electric vehicles. THAT IS HOW POWERFUL THEY ARE and how much control they have.

    someday there might be change but, it will take a new world of thinkers and believers to achieve these new forms. people just can’t understand…. “we can’t keep on this path we are on”

  • don

    can i have a second hand one?

  • jerry

    L@@K…..this is really simple. this could have been done long time ago and now with technology so much further advanced than ever before it can be done. A FULLY ELECTRIC CAR….yes. THE WAVE OF THE FUTURE. BUT, will it be done is the question. and will it be affordable IF IT ACTUALLY DOES OCCUR IN OUR LIFETIME. it would change the mass to turn in oil and gas polluters to a clean form of energy the world needs NOW.

    Take a step back now and figure the reason why we haven’t produced a single car that gets 75 to 100 hundred miles to a gallon of gas….why? the technology has been there but, the oil companies have controlled the world for over a century and are not giving it up. wars are fought over it, countries are toppled for it, people fight and die for it. maybe someday the oil companies will relax the restraints on mpg’s and may let the auto manufacturers produce a car that gets 100 mpg or more. than what will consumers say about that and you will hear no more talk of electric vehicles. THAT IS HOW POWERFUL THEY ARE and how much control they have.

    someday there might be change but, it will take a new world of thinkers and believers to achieve these new forms. people just can’t understand…. “we can’t keep on this path we are on”

  • Joe

    Electric cars are a waste of time, more effort should be put into building nuclear power plants and drilling and refining what we have plenty of oil. Do these toys have enough energy to power the ac and all the other creature comforts we like? What if you’re stuck in traffic for an hour can you run the heat or ac and still have enough power to get you home? What if on the way home from work the wife calls and asks you to pickup something at the store do you have to remind her that you’re driving the electric and tell her that you’ll have to go home and get the gas car and then go to the store or will you sit around untill the electric has been charged up enough to go out again. I assume that trips have to be methodically planned out so you can get there and back. If there’s an accident and you have to take an unexpected detour will you have enough juice to get home? or is time to call AAA. Headlights, Windshield wipers use alot of power will these toys have enough to run those? Just some questions that I have been thinking about that no one has talked about.

  • Joe

    Electric cars are a waste of time, more effort should be put into building nuclear power plants and drilling and refining what we have plenty of oil. Do these toys have enough energy to power the ac and all the other creature comforts we like? What if you’re stuck in traffic for an hour can you run the heat or ac and still have enough power to get you home? What if on the way home from work the wife calls and asks you to pickup something at the store do you have to remind her that you’re driving the electric and tell her that you’ll have to go home and get the gas car and then go to the store or will you sit around untill the electric has been charged up enough to go out again. I assume that trips have to be methodically planned out so you can get there and back. If there’s an accident and you have to take an unexpected detour will you have enough juice to get home? or is time to call AAA. Headlights, Windshield wipers use alot of power will these toys have enough to run those? Just some questions that I have been thinking about that no one has talked about.

  • Joe

    Electric cars are a waste of time, more effort should be put into building nuclear power plants and drilling and refining what we have plenty of oil. Do these toys have enough energy to power the ac and all the other creature comforts we like? What if you’re stuck in traffic for an hour can you run the heat or ac and still have enough power to get you home? What if on the way home from work the wife calls and asks you to pickup something at the store do you have to remind her that you’re driving the electric and tell her that you’ll have to go home and get the gas car and then go to the store or will you sit around untill the electric has been charged up enough to go out again. I assume that trips have to be methodically planned out so you can get there and back. If there’s an accident and you have to take an unexpected detour will you have enough juice to get home? or is time to call AAA. Headlights, Windshield wipers use alot of power will these toys have enough to run those? Just some questions that I have been thinking about that no one has talked about.

  • http://www.ttiblakemore.com Milsap

    Overall, I think the innovations are great!!!!!

    Though, some may end up as only concept cars.

  • http://www.ttiblakemore.com Milsap

    Overall, I think the innovations are great!!!!!

    Though, some may end up as only concept cars.

  • ATX

    First of all, the drivers in the Ferrari and Porsche can’t be driving those two cars as fast as they can. lets say the electric car is faster; the Ferrari is proven to run 0-60 in 3.1-3.3. Now anyone who has ever watched any type of race (olympics,nascar,etc) knows that a .2-.4 difference does not look like what the video displayed. You cannot tell me the Ferrari was beaten so bad that it wasn’t even in the camera shot. YEAH RIGHT, given the claim the electric car is faster and the Ferrari was actually driven as it was racing, it would have still been in the shot and not even a car length behind. Something is just off about this video.

    Secondly, what happened to 0-60 as in 0 mph? Both cars should be at a complete stop. Why are the Porsche and electric car rolling forward and then race?

    Lastly I feel that these guys are sitting around wasting time and money (I hope this electric car isn’t government funded). From what I got from the video is these guy’s built a electric car that is slightly faster,more expensive, and can’t go more than 150 miles without charging. Who honestly cares about this video? I was mildly intrigued with the title but as soon as I watched I wondered why these guys wasted there money and the race looks very rigged in many ways. I don’t know what’s the deal with electric cars. They will not help the environment unless you plan on never driving more than 150 miles and it would take over 100 years probably to replace all the gas powered cars with electric. With the cost of electric cars and their poor performance and frequent charging I think these brainiacs should give it up.

  • ATX

    First of all, the drivers in the Ferrari and Porsche can’t be driving those two cars as fast as they can. lets say the electric car is faster; the Ferrari is proven to run 0-60 in 3.1-3.3. Now anyone who has ever watched any type of race (olympics,nascar,etc) knows that a .2-.4 difference does not look like what the video displayed. You cannot tell me the Ferrari was beaten so bad that it wasn’t even in the camera shot. YEAH RIGHT, given the claim the electric car is faster and the Ferrari was actually driven as it was racing, it would have still been in the shot and not even a car length behind. Something is just off about this video.

    Secondly, what happened to 0-60 as in 0 mph? Both cars should be at a complete stop. Why are the Porsche and electric car rolling forward and then race?

    Lastly I feel that these guys are sitting around wasting time and money (I hope this electric car isn’t government funded). From what I got from the video is these guy’s built a electric car that is slightly faster,more expensive, and can’t go more than 150 miles without charging. Who honestly cares about this video? I was mildly intrigued with the title but as soon as I watched I wondered why these guys wasted there money and the race looks very rigged in many ways. I don’t know what’s the deal with electric cars. They will not help the environment unless you plan on never driving more than 150 miles and it would take over 100 years probably to replace all the gas powered cars with electric. With the cost of electric cars and their poor performance and frequent charging I think these brainiacs should give it up.

  • http://www.ttiblakemore.com Milsap

    Overall, I think the innovations are great!!!!!

    Though, some may end up as only concept cars.

  • ATX

    First of all, the drivers in the Ferrari and Porsche can’t be driving those two cars as fast as they can. lets say the electric car is faster; the Ferrari is proven to run 0-60 in 3.1-3.3. Now anyone who has ever watched any type of race (olympics,nascar,etc) knows that a .2-.4 difference does not look like what the video displayed. You cannot tell me the Ferrari was beaten so bad that it wasn’t even in the camera shot. YEAH RIGHT, given the claim the electric car is faster and the Ferrari was actually driven as it was racing, it would have still been in the shot and not even a car length behind. Something is just off about this video.

    Secondly, what happened to 0-60 as in 0 mph? Both cars should be at a complete stop. Why are the Porsche and electric car rolling forward and then race?

    Lastly I feel that these guys are sitting around wasting time and money (I hope this electric car isn’t government funded). From what I got from the video is these guy’s built a electric car that is slightly faster,more expensive, and can’t go more than 150 miles without charging. Who honestly cares about this video? I was mildly intrigued with the title but as soon as I watched I wondered why these guys wasted there money and the race looks very rigged in many ways. I don’t know what’s the deal with electric cars. They will not help the environment unless you plan on never driving more than 150 miles and it would take over 100 years probably to replace all the gas powered cars with electric. With the cost of electric cars and their poor performance and frequent charging I think these brainiacs should give it up.

  • jojo

    you do realize that the electricity from coal burning power plants used to charge the batteries produces 3 times the carbon footprint than a properly maintained gasoline passanger car? so everyone thinking thay are being GREEN with an eletric car actually isn’t…

    not to mention the current power grid would collapse if 10% of the population switched to eletric cars.

  • jojo

    you do realize that the electricity from coal burning power plants used to charge the batteries produces 3 times the carbon footprint than a properly maintained gasoline passanger car? so everyone thinking thay are being GREEN with an eletric car actually isn’t…

    not to mention the current power grid would collapse if 10% of the population switched to eletric cars.

  • jojo

    you do realize that the electricity from coal burning power plants used to charge the batteries produces 3 times the carbon footprint than a properly maintained gasoline passanger car? so everyone thinking thay are being GREEN with an eletric car actually isn’t…

    not to mention the current power grid would collapse if 10% of the population switched to eletric cars.

  • ez-e

    real talk, electric cars are a fad. they will die out once hydrogen cars are in mass production. its just marketing. top gear had a segment on the tesla.

  • ez-e

    real talk, electric cars are a fad. they will die out once hydrogen cars are in mass production. its just marketing. top gear had a segment on the tesla.

  • Steve

    First off this is great people are building these cars even if they are not being massed produced, I find it funny how the big auto makers basicly say they can’t do it, but the guy in the back yard makes it happen. Keep it up guys

    To the people that think its dumb due to these cars not being massed produced. Keep in mind once your beloved internal combustion engine was looked upon the same way when compared to the horse.

    Time to face the fact that the internal combustion engine has changed little since it was first developed, its way outdated technology and it will eventually fall to the wayside in the future.

  • Steve

    First off this is great people are building these cars even if they are not being massed produced, I find it funny how the big auto makers basicly say they can’t do it, but the guy in the back yard makes it happen. Keep it up guys

    To the people that think its dumb due to these cars not being massed produced. Keep in mind once your beloved internal combustion engine was looked upon the same way when compared to the horse.

    Time to face the fact that the internal combustion engine has changed little since it was first developed, its way outdated technology and it will eventually fall to the wayside in the future.

  • http://www.mneilsworld.com/ Michael

    I think the cars featured here are great! But, who is going to pay $80,000 for the Tango? Apparently George Clooney. How many George Clooney’s do you see sitting around waiting to buy these things? The cost is the problem. Even the $35,000 for the White Zombie! It’s definitely more reasonable and I’d take it over any of those vehicles but short term costs are too high. I can afford to finance $20,000 and buy gas as I need it but I couldn’t get a $35,000 car loan if I had a gun to my head. And, I’m better off than a lot of people. So who are these cars helping right now and we all know it’s nobody really.

    The other problem is if I’m going to shove out $35,000 for a commuter car how am I supposed to get out of town in the thing if it’s range is 80 miles? So what people are saying is own two or three cars at $35,000 a piece and get one that can go farther and hope there’s somewhere to recharge the thing. I’ll take a house and a datsun with a diesel engine and some cooking oil if I really want to be different and save some money.

  • http://www.mneilsworld.com/ Michael

    I think the cars featured here are great! But, who is going to pay $80,000 for the Tango? Apparently George Clooney. How many George Clooney’s do you see sitting around waiting to buy these things? The cost is the problem. Even the $35,000 for the White Zombie! It’s definitely more reasonable and I’d take it over any of those vehicles but short term costs are too high. I can afford to finance $20,000 and buy gas as I need it but I couldn’t get a $35,000 car loan if I had a gun to my head. And, I’m better off than a lot of people. So who are these cars helping right now and we all know it’s nobody really.

    The other problem is if I’m going to shove out $35,000 for a commuter car how am I supposed to get out of town in the thing if it’s range is 80 miles? So what people are saying is own two or three cars at $35,000 a piece and get one that can go farther and hope there’s somewhere to recharge the thing. I’ll take a house and a datsun with a diesel engine and some cooking oil if I really want to be different and save some money.

  • http://EVtransPortal.org Peter Oppewall

    Tesla vs Tango? Here’s a track comparison

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwiS4t8TMlI&feature=related More EV racing examples http://EVtransPortal.org/videos.html

  • http://EVtransPortal.org Peter Oppewall

    Tesla vs Tango? Here’s a track comparison

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwiS4t8TMlI&feature=related More EV racing examples http://EVtransPortal.org/videos.html

  • http://www.nedra.com Mike Willmon

    jojo you are wrong. Even electricity from a cola fired plant makes less Co2 and VOC’s than the average ICE in your car. If you have a “well tuned” engine that can get you say 60 MPG then then the emissions would be about equivalent.

    jojo said on March 31st, 2009 at 6:52 am

    you do realize that the electricity from coal burning power plants used to charge the batteries produces 3 times the carbon footprint than a properly maintained gasoline passanger car? so everyone thinking thay are being GREEN with an eletric car actually isn’t…

    not to mention the current power grid would collapse if 10% of the population switched to eletric cars.

  • http://www.nedra.com Mike Willmon

    jojo you are wrong. Even electricity from a cola fired plant makes less Co2 and VOC’s than the average ICE in your car. If you have a “well tuned” engine that can get you say 60 MPG then then the emissions would be about equivalent.

    jojo said on March 31st, 2009 at 6:52 am

    you do realize that the electricity from coal burning power plants used to charge the batteries produces 3 times the carbon footprint than a properly maintained gasoline passanger car? so everyone thinking thay are being GREEN with an eletric car actually isn’t…

    not to mention the current power grid would collapse if 10% of the population switched to eletric cars.

  • http://www.nedra.com Mike Willmon

    jojo you are wrong. Even electricity from a cola fired plant makes less Co2 and VOC’s than the average ICE in your car. If you have a “well tuned” engine that can get you say 60 MPG then then the emissions would be about equivalent.

    jojo said on March 31st, 2009 at 6:52 am

    you do realize that the electricity from coal burning power plants used to charge the batteries produces 3 times the carbon footprint than a properly maintained gasoline passanger car? so everyone thinking thay are being GREEN with an eletric car actually isn’t…

    not to mention the current power grid would collapse if 10% of the population switched to eletric cars.

  • http://www.nedra.com Mike Willmon

    ez-e, hydrogen will never be viable for transportation. The current use for hydrogen for cars would be in a fuel cell application, and it takes 4 time the electricity to electrolyze water into H2 and O2 than it would take to power a battery electric vehicle the same distance. Fundamental physics, hydrogen is either costly or dirty to produce.

    ez-e said on March 31st, 2009 at 7:16 am

    real talk, electric cars are a fad. they will die out once hydrogen cars are in mass production. its just marketing. top gear had a segment on the tesla.

  • http://www.nedra.com Mike Willmon

    ez-e, hydrogen will never be viable for transportation. The current use for hydrogen for cars would be in a fuel cell application, and it takes 4 time the electricity to electrolyze water into H2 and O2 than it would take to power a battery electric vehicle the same distance. Fundamental physics, hydrogen is either costly or dirty to produce.

    ez-e said on March 31st, 2009 at 7:16 am

    real talk, electric cars are a fad. they will die out once hydrogen cars are in mass production. its just marketing. top gear had a segment on the tesla.

  • http://www.nedra.com Mike Willmon

    ez-e, hydrogen will never be viable for transportation. The current use for hydrogen for cars would be in a fuel cell application, and it takes 4 time the electricity to electrolyze water into H2 and O2 than it would take to power a battery electric vehicle the same distance. Fundamental physics, hydrogen is either costly or dirty to produce.

    ez-e said on March 31st, 2009 at 7:16 am

    real talk, electric cars are a fad. they will die out once hydrogen cars are in mass production. its just marketing. top gear had a segment on the tesla.

  • http://www.illinois.edu/goto/twike M@

    @ Joe — you have a lot of reasonable questions, here’s some answers from using my 10-year-old electric all-season 3-wheeled motorcycle going on two years (www.illinois.edu/goto/twike)

    > Do these toys have enough energy to power the ac and all the other creature comforts we like?

    Depends on the make/manufacturer. The highly efficient ones (200-600 MPGe), no. However, some of ‘em (Der Twike) are convertibles ;-)) You makes your choices and you lives with ‘em — continue to fund unfriendlies with your gas purchases, or live free and clear by driving electric (yeah, buried coal miners and mountaintopping are a b*tch, but it beats collateral oil damage — Exxon Valdez, Iraq).

    > What if you’re stuck in traffic for an hour can you run the heat or ac and still have enough power to get you home?

    Drive local. Switch your work ours to leave earlier or arrive later. Unroll the window and/or put your coat/gloves on. Suck it up/Man-up. Simple problem to solve, and if you’re not running the accessories, an electric car uses very little power when stopped in traffic/stop-and-go.

    > What if on the way home from work the wife calls and asks you to pickup something at the store…

    Usually I charge at work during the 8 hours or so it just sits there. Not a problem unless you get to work and you’re low and the wife calls and says the kiddo you just dropped off at school forgot her homework (just happened today). Answer? Well then, she forgot her homework and she’ll bring it tomorrow. Typically there are stores in-route on the way home.

    > sit around until the electric has been charged up enough to go out again.

    80% full in about an hour, again with 10-year-old tech. I come home, do dinner as a family and it’s near-fully charged again. There are more places to charge an EV than there are gas stations — gotta think out of the box Detroit placed you in ;-)

    > I assume that trips have to be methodically planned out so you can get there and back. If there’s an accident and you have to take an unexpected detour will you have enough juice to get home? or is time to call AAA.

    AAA wouldn’t know what to do ;-) You’re a pioneer, like back in the days when everybody was telling car drivers “get a horse” You gotta have a spirit of adventure, but it’s fun, makes people smile — puts the fun and excitement back into driving! At recent gas prices, when’s the last time you went out for a “joy ride?” I do it every day back and forth to work. If you slow down, you use a lot less energy so if you have to detour, not a problem, or you tell the wife “how ‘about we do dinner out tonight” — at a restaurant on your route home, charge for an hour and you’re good to go… of course if you get a lightweight enough EV, it’s “easy” to push home ;-)

    > Headlights, Windshield wipers use alot of power…

    Not really a lot of energy compared to heating/cooling. Windshield wipers are made a lot less necessary with Rain-X, Head (and tail/turn) lights can be converted to LED-based lights which use a lot less power, are brighter and last forever.

    It’s very do-able, you just have to be willing to break the spell Detroit’s got you under.

  • http://www.illinois.edu/goto/twike M@

    @ Joe — you have a lot of reasonable questions, here’s some answers from using my 10-year-old electric all-season 3-wheeled motorcycle going on two years (www.illinois.edu/goto/twike)

    > Do these toys have enough energy to power the ac and all the other creature comforts we like?

    Depends on the make/manufacturer. The highly efficient ones (200-600 MPGe), no. However, some of ‘em (Der Twike) are convertibles ;-)) You makes your choices and you lives with ‘em — continue to fund unfriendlies with your gas purchases, or live free and clear by driving electric (yeah, buried coal miners and mountaintopping are a b*tch, but it beats collateral oil damage — Exxon Valdez, Iraq).

    > What if you’re stuck in traffic for an hour can you run the heat or ac and still have enough power to get you home?

    Drive local. Switch your work ours to leave earlier or arrive later. Unroll the window and/or put your coat/gloves on. Suck it up/Man-up. Simple problem to solve, and if you’re not running the accessories, an electric car uses very little power when stopped in traffic/stop-and-go.

    > What if on the way home from work the wife calls and asks you to pickup something at the store…

    Usually I charge at work during the 8 hours or so it just sits there. Not a problem unless you get to work and you’re low and the wife calls and says the kiddo you just dropped off at school forgot her homework (just happened today). Answer? Well then, she forgot her homework and she’ll bring it tomorrow. Typically there are stores in-route on the way home.

    > sit around until the electric has been charged up enough to go out again.

    80% full in about an hour, again with 10-year-old tech. I come home, do dinner as a family and it’s near-fully charged again. There are more places to charge an EV than there are gas stations — gotta think out of the box Detroit placed you in ;-)

    > I assume that trips have to be methodically planned out so you can get there and back. If there’s an accident and you have to take an unexpected detour will you have enough juice to get home? or is time to call AAA.

    AAA wouldn’t know what to do ;-) You’re a pioneer, like back in the days when everybody was telling car drivers “get a horse” You gotta have a spirit of adventure, but it’s fun, makes people smile — puts the fun and excitement back into driving! At recent gas prices, when’s the last time you went out for a “joy ride?” I do it every day back and forth to work. If you slow down, you use a lot less energy so if you have to detour, not a problem, or you tell the wife “how ‘about we do dinner out tonight” — at a restaurant on your route home, charge for an hour and you’re good to go… of course if you get a lightweight enough EV, it’s “easy” to push home ;-)

    > Headlights, Windshield wipers use alot of power…

    Not really a lot of energy compared to heating/cooling. Windshield wipers are made a lot less necessary with Rain-X, Head (and tail/turn) lights can be converted to LED-based lights which use a lot less power, are brighter and last forever.

    It’s very do-able, you just have to be willing to break the spell Detroit’s got you under.

  • http://www.illinois.edu/goto/twike M@

    @ Joe — you have a lot of reasonable questions, here’s some answers from using my 10-year-old electric all-season 3-wheeled motorcycle going on two years (www.illinois.edu/goto/twike)

    > Do these toys have enough energy to power the ac and all the other creature comforts we like?

    Depends on the make/manufacturer. The highly efficient ones (200-600 MPGe), no. However, some of ‘em (Der Twike) are convertibles ;-)) You makes your choices and you lives with ‘em — continue to fund unfriendlies with your gas purchases, or live free and clear by driving electric (yeah, buried coal miners and mountaintopping are a b*tch, but it beats collateral oil damage — Exxon Valdez, Iraq).

    > What if you’re stuck in traffic for an hour can you run the heat or ac and still have enough power to get you home?

    Drive local. Switch your work ours to leave earlier or arrive later. Unroll the window and/or put your coat/gloves on. Suck it up/Man-up. Simple problem to solve, and if you’re not running the accessories, an electric car uses very little power when stopped in traffic/stop-and-go.

    > What if on the way home from work the wife calls and asks you to pickup something at the store…

    Usually I charge at work during the 8 hours or so it just sits there. Not a problem unless you get to work and you’re low and the wife calls and says the kiddo you just dropped off at school forgot her homework (just happened today). Answer? Well then, she forgot her homework and she’ll bring it tomorrow. Typically there are stores in-route on the way home.

    > sit around until the electric has been charged up enough to go out again.

    80% full in about an hour, again with 10-year-old tech. I come home, do dinner as a family and it’s near-fully charged again. There are more places to charge an EV than there are gas stations — gotta think out of the box Detroit placed you in ;-)

    > I assume that trips have to be methodically planned out so you can get there and back. If there’s an accident and you have to take an unexpected detour will you have enough juice to get home? or is time to call AAA.

    AAA wouldn’t know what to do ;-) You’re a pioneer, like back in the days when everybody was telling car drivers “get a horse” You gotta have a spirit of adventure, but it’s fun, makes people smile — puts the fun and excitement back into driving! At recent gas prices, when’s the last time you went out for a “joy ride?” I do it every day back and forth to work. If you slow down, you use a lot less energy so if you have to detour, not a problem, or you tell the wife “how ‘about we do dinner out tonight” — at a restaurant on your route home, charge for an hour and you’re good to go… of course if you get a lightweight enough EV, it’s “easy” to push home ;-)

    > Headlights, Windshield wipers use alot of power…

    Not really a lot of energy compared to heating/cooling. Windshield wipers are made a lot less necessary with Rain-X, Head (and tail/turn) lights can be converted to LED-based lights which use a lot less power, are brighter and last forever.

    It’s very do-able, you just have to be willing to break the spell Detroit’s got you under.

  • David

    It’s a shame the Chinese will be ahead of us in electric cars!

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/02/business/global/02electric.html?_r=1&hpw

    • jon

       Chinese are ahead of anyone in anything. they copy, improve and outperform anyone.

  • David

    It’s a shame the Chinese will be ahead of us in electric cars!

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/02/business/global/02electric.html?_r=1&hpw

  • http://www.electricnick.com Nick

    According to what I heard, AC Propulsion has one T-Zero chassis left and could be “persuaded” to sale it. Anyone interested?

    Electricnick.com

  • http://www.electricnick.com Nick

    According to what I heard, AC Propulsion has one T-Zero chassis left and could be “persuaded” to sale it. Anyone interested?

    Electricnick.com

  • http://www.electricnick.com Nick

    According to what I heard, AC Propulsion has one T-Zero chassis left and could be “persuaded” to sale it. Anyone interested?

    Electricnick.com

  • ELECtro

    X1= Ariel Atom.

  • ELECtro

    X1= Ariel Atom.

  • http://youtubefav.blogspot.com Muwasalat.com

    If those hollywood actors start using these beautiful cars in their movies. It would be amazing.

    People will join the bandwagon.

  • http://youtubefav.blogspot.com Muwasalat.com

    If those hollywood actors start using these beautiful cars in their movies. It would be amazing.

    People will join the bandwagon.

  • http://youtubefav.blogspot.com Muwasalat.com

    If those hollywood actors start using these beautiful cars in their movies. It would be amazing.

    People will join the bandwagon.

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    Hydrogen fuel cells are the way forward for electric cars

  • http://www.plasmaboyracing.com John Wayland

    Newest stats on the Zombie from late in 2010… 0-60 in 1.8 seconds, 1/4 mile ET of 10.258 @ 123.79 mph, and range per charge is 110 miles. Battery pack is 355V, 22.7 kWh LiPol by Dow Kokam / Plasma Boy Racing. Current photos are at ‘White Zombie History’ section ‘2010’. Car is in fact, zero emissions as it charged here in the Pacific NW by mix of hydro, wind, and solar. Very soon, the Zombie returns to the drag track where we are confident it will run a high 9 second 1/4 mile.

    See Ya…John ‘Plasma Boy’ Wayland

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