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10 all-electric supercars and hypercars that most people haven’t heard of

Over the years, automakers have put incredible efforts into creating environmentally friendly cars. Tesla is leading the way, showing that this can be successful and that electric cars don’t have to be boring and slow. Even supercar and hypercar brands are now building all-electric cars. The fastest everyday EVs are good, but upcoming and already released high-performance models like the Tesla Roadster, Lotus Evija, Pininfarina Battista and the Rimac Nevera are in a league of their own. Many of these are made by well-known brands or have been in the market long enough to be recognized by many. However, other new EV startups have emerged with outrageous EVs, many of which have not yet heard of.

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These obscure all-electric supercars and hypercars have ballistic horsepower, torque and speed. In addition to the satisfactory performance, they have an acceptable range and bring with them unprecedented high-tech features. Some are in production, others in the prototype stage, but many are just concepts with spectacular datasheets. Even if these are electrified Supercar and hypercars seem to beat the current crop of high-performance EVs, we can only wait for them to go into production to sing their full praises.

As new electric cars hit the market every day, here are the 10 all-electric supercars and hypercars that most people haven’t heard of.

10 GFG style kangaroo

Kangaroo super SUV in GFG styleVia: GFG style

The 230 mile range kangaroo is an electric hyper SUV designed and manufactured by GFG Style, a company owned by legendary Italian car designer Giorgetto Giugiaro and his son. The Kangaroo has two engines, each producing 180 kWh, a total of 482 horsepower and 501 pound-feet of torque. 0 to 100 km / h takes 3.5 seconds, which is not to be sniffed at for a ramping model.

Dedicated to Saudi Arabia for its 2030 development goals, it is engineered to go 120 mph on “any terrain,” including sand and snow. Its unique adjustable hydraulic suspension allows a ground clearance of 5.5 “in” Racing “mode and a height of 10.2” in “Off-Road” mode.

9 Ariel P40

Ariel P40 SuperCarVia: SlashGear

While Ariel, the British automaker, is known for its ultra-light, high-performance, street-legal, free-wheeling cars like the Atom and Nomad, they will venture into hypercar territory with their largest project to date, the Ariel P40. It’s an all-electric hypercar that weighs 3527 pounds and has a 42 kWh battery for a range of 120 miles. However, fear of range will not be a thing; It comes with a 120,000 rpm turbine range extender for charging the battery.

Ariel P40 SuperCar side viewVia: HiConsumption

Unlike the Ariel cars, the P40 will be a two-seater with an enclosed cockpit. Driven by four electric motors, it has 1,180 horsepower and a torque of 1,327 lb.-ft. In terms of performance, the P40 can run from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.8 seconds and a top speed of 155 km / h. While many hypercars will do better, the 2017 numbers were terrifying when it was announced.

8th Dendrobium D1 hypercar

Black and white Dendrobium D1 hypercarVia: The007World.Com

The Dendrobium D1 concept was unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show by Vanda Electrics – a Singapore company. Now, Dendrobium, based in the UK, has the task of bringing the concept vehicle to life. Electric motors on all axles are said to develop a peak output of 1,800 horsepower and 1,475 pound-feet of torque.

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Black and white Dendrobium D1 hypercar with open doorsVia: The007World.Com

It is touted as a hypercar that can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds. The final production version has a top speed goal of 200 mph. Details on range, battery capacity and charging time have not yet been announced.

7th Xing Mobility Miss R Hypercar

Green Xing Mobility Miss R HypercarVia: The arsenal

The Miss R was announced immediately after Elon Musk wowed the world with the Tesla Roadster concept in 2018. To top it again, the Taiwanese electric vehicle startup behind Miss R, that is Xing Mobility, brought out some mind-boggling specs. Among the numbers quoted were 0 to 60 mph in 1.8 seconds, a 0 to 124 mph run of 5.1 seconds, and 168 mph top speed; all a bit wild for a car that was first built as an off-roader.

Black Xing Mobility Miss R HypercarVia: The Drive

While the concept rendering wasn’t that wild, the working prototype, revealed much later, wasn’t that mind-blowing. The Miss R has a 52 kWh lithium-ion battery and an output of 1,341 hp. Only 20 will be produced and hit the market at $ 1 million.

6th Aspark Owl Hypercar

Aspark Owl Tires Michelin Special Custom built 245 mph top speedvia Aspark

Now officially for sale, the Aspark Owl is an insane electric hypercar from Japanese automaker Aspark. It is currently the fastest accelerating street-legal production car. Yes, it even outperforms the Rimac Concept 2, which can sprint from standstill to 60 mph in just 1.72 seconds and reach a top speed of 249 mph.

Aspark2020-09via Aspark

There is a 64 kWh battery under his body. With such a small battery you might think its range is too shabby, not really, it’s 280 miles. Its four magnet motor drivetrain generates an incredible 1985 horsepower and 1475 lb-ft of torque. It’s no surprise that the price is $ 3.56 million. Only 50 will be made.

Silver Karma SC2 Vison Concept with the doors openVia: Karma Automotive

The two-seat coupe Karma SC2 is one of the wild EV supercar concepts introduced in 2019; it blew most of the gears away. The EV maker, a product of the California-based Karma automobile, claims that the 1,100 horsepower and 10,500 ft-lbs of “wheel torque” the SC2 can shoot from 0 to 100 mph in 1.9 seconds.

Silver Karma SC2 Vision Hypercar Concept Via: Karma Automotive

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This four-wheel drive has a two-motor drive train that draws energy from its 120 kWh battery and is designed for a range of 350 miles. One of its outstanding hi-tech functions enables a driver to “relive” the driving experience while parking using adaptive laser projector displays. We can only wait.

Electric supercar frontVia: Elektra

The Elextra concept vehicle with fully electric drive was presented in 2017 by the Swiss EV startup Elextra. It’s a four-door, four-seat, Lambo-style, all-wheel drive roadster with a dual-engine drivetrain that produces 680 horsepower for a 0 to 60 mph sprint in 2.3 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph (electronically limited ) produced.

Elektra electric supercar in the rearVia: Elektra

Not much has been revealed about its battery, but it is said to last 373 miles on a single charge. A standout external feature is its unique V-shaped wing hanging from its elongated roofline; it’s not something we’ve seen before Production is limited to 150 cars.

3 Hispano Suiza Carmen & Boulogne Hypercars

Silver Hispano Suiza Carmen hypercar frontVia: Hispano Suiza

Hispano Suiza is a Spanish automaker founded in 1904. It had been inactive and forgotten since 1946 until it unveiled the heritage-inspired Carmen Electric hypercar at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Only 19 units will be produced, powered by a 700-cell lithium-ion battery (80 kWh) with an output of 1019 hp. It reaches 100 km / h in less than three seconds and continues up to an electronically limited top speed of 255 km / h.

Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne hypercarVia: YouTube

Its bigger brother, the all-electric Boulogne (5 units) has a range of 249 miles, develops 1,100 horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque. 0-100 km / h takes 2.6 seconds and the top speed is 180 km / h.

2 Gennovation GXE

2018 Genovation-GXE Corvettevia GM authority

The GXE is an electrified C7 Corvette Grand Sport from Genovation, a US startup that aims to capture the hearts of EV enthusiasts. It is equipped with a 60 kWh battery, the power of which comes from two motors attached to the rear drive shaft. Since this is a ‘Vette that puts out 800 horsepower and 700 ft-lb of torque, it will take $ 750,000 to own it – only 75 units are planned.

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Red Genovation GXE sports car side viewVia: GM authority

But its insane stats are enough to make it easy to sell; 0-60 mph only takes 3 seconds and it can reach 220 mph. One feature no other EV supercar available with the GXE is a traditional 7-speed manual transmission. Or an automatic double clutch paddle shift.

1 Qiantu K50 supercar

Qiantu K50About Qiantu

Aside from the NIO EP9, other Chinese brands were not left behind by the electric supercar revolution. In 2016, Qiantu Motors introduced its K50 supercar with a range of 365 miles. By 2019 it was already in production with 1000 units sold in China. The North American version will cost $ 149,000 when it hits US soil.

Qiantu K50 rear sectionMotor1

The production version of the Qiantu K50 had a lower peak power of 376 hp and 427 lb-ft of torque. When compared to other cars on this list, its performance numbers aren’t that impressive. It accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds and reaches an electronically limited 112 mph.

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Dennis Kariuki is a tech enthusiast who writes for Hotcars.com. He previously wrote for the.car. He likes to report on the connection between technology and cars. He’s also a huge F1 fan. After working tirelessly through the week, you can be sure that on Sundays he is most likely enjoying and following the motorsport events.

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