Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Electric Powered Sedan Prototype Built By Lucid Hits 235 MPH Top Speed During Testing

You read that right, a Sedan.

Capable of holding four people.

I don't give a shit who you are, 235 miles an hour is fucking fast on the ground. That is Formula 1 car fast.

So fast, that if this thing had an internal combustion engine in it instead of batteries and an electric motor, it would have been one of the top 5 fastest production cars in the world last year.

2 comments:

  1. Can I take a test drive?

    When I first heard of the Teslas, they were $100,000 but really high performance. Honestly, if you're talking cars capable of that kind of performance (what do we compare it to, a Bugatti Veyron?), $100k isn't out of the ballpark. No way in fresh hell I'm gonna spend $100k on a car, but if I did, that wouldn't be a bad way to go.

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  2. BFD! My nightly commute is 16 miles... in just over an hour. I don't see what this car is going to do for me.

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