The NextEV will enliven the electric-powered supercar competition in the global market. The car made by the Chinese company will be introduced on November 21, 2016 in London, England.
The plan, this ferocious electric powered supercar will go on sale in 2018. And only six units of the NextEV will be sold in the first phase. Before the production version of the car was launched, the manufacturer made a prototype version for testing.
|NextEV two seater supercar prototype while on testing in UK. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ex8XY)|
As reported of Motor Authority, the NextEV claimed as a the most powerful electric supercar than its competitors. Its electric motor can generate power equivalent of 1,360 hp. The car's acceleration from 0-100 kilometers per hour may be gobbled up within 3 seconds with a maximum speed of 300 km/h.
The car is manufactured by a Shanghai-based company that also named the same with its products, headed by former president of Ford of Europe Martin Leach. While the company founder is William Li, who is also the owner of BitAuto, one of the largest automotive website in China.
|Rendered image of NextEV supercar. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ex8XY)|
In the development of electric-powered automotive products, the company also participated on the Formula E racing event since 2014 alongside with JAC Motor, one of the largest automotive conglomerate in China.
The NextEV will compete with similar products of its compatriot companies, such as the Beijing Auto, Qiantu Motor, Titan, etc. However another supercars don't have the power up to 1,360 hp. There is a prototype supercar named TechRules A96 whose has the power approaching the Next EV, but the car was not entirely relied on electric power but is assisted by the turbine.. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARNEWSCHINA | AUTOCAR | MOTORAUTHORITY]
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