“There are only two sports cars in the world, one called Ferrari and the other called other sports cars.” On the one hand, it comes from the classic design of Ferrari. On the other hand, it is also the power of Ferrari as a super sports car, arguably the most powerful. But I don’t know if Ferrari ever thought that the electric car that was once despised by himself has become an up-and-coming and challenging Ferrari. Today we take a look at TOP5 known or even mass-produced electric supercars.
Porsche’s first pure electric vehicle, Taycan, is still on the market, but it has been proven to be based on the early concept car MissionE. The Taycan consists of two permanent magnet synchronous motor output assemblies with a total power of up to 600 and an acceleration time of 0-100 km / h of less than 3.5 seconds. In addition, relying on the Porsche 800 V high-voltage battery system, its continuous power output can be said to be one of the best in electric vehicles. It is said that the injection speed of the 911 is more than 500 kilometers, plus the earlier Porsche. It said that wireless charging technology will be introduced to make people’s expectations for Taycan higher. At present, Taycan has started to book at home, and it can be expected by the end of 2019. According to the trader, thousands of orders have been received.