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The First Official Race-Ready Tesla (VIDEO)

June 7th, 2019 | by Matt Pressman

Most Model S owners already know that Tesla makes a version of the car with ludicrous speed — something that's akin to a race car. But could this all-electric production car, a family sedan no less, actually turn up in an official race approved by the International Automobile Federation (FIA)


Formula E Cars Keep Getting Faster, With Longer Driving Range

July 21st, 2018 | by Nexus Media

Currently, cars last around 25 minutes before needing to be recharged, so drivers have to switch to a second car mid-race. For the fifth season of Formula E, which begins in December, each car will sport a battery large enough to make it through an entire 50-minute race. They will also feature a more aerodynamic design to compensate for the added weight. The million-dollar cars promise a top speed of upwards of 170 miles per hour, more than 30 miles per hour faster than their predecessors and closer to the speed of NASCAR and Formula 1 race cars


Margot Robbie & Nissan’s All-Electric BladeGlider In Monaco Grand Prix

February 21st, 2017 | by Cynthia Shahan

I believe I'll take a look at more of actress Margot Robbie's films after this fresh, nearly 2 minute mini movie from Nissan. I'm impressed. Robbie impresses with her decision to be Nissan’s new electric vehicle (EV) ambassador. She impresses with her faux spontaneous racing of the carmaker’s radical all-electric race car, the Nissan BladeGlider. She impresses with her inviting smile. It's particularly nice to see this glossy take of her whizzing confidently and comfortably around the world-famous Monaco Grand Prix circuit at midnight


NextEV Reveals The NIO EP9 Supercar — Fastest EV In The World?

November 21st, 2016 | by James Ayre

NextEV has finally revealed its all-electric supercar, which has been dubbed the NIO EP9, and it was definitely worth the wait. As previously stated by former co-president Martin Leach, the electric vehicle does indeed possess a megawatt (MW) of power (1360 horsepower) and is capable of some serious performance



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