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The Audi e-tron Spyder – Diesel Electric Hybrid

Audi has unveiled one of the most prominent standout vehicles of the Paris Motorshow so far, it’s called the Audi e-tron Spyder and this diesel electric hybrid has a list of remarkable capabilities. With a range of 1,000 km on a single 50 litre tank of diesel (621 miles – 13.21 gallons, which works out to 128 mpg), that is phenomenal fuel economy from any car, let alone a luxury sports car like this. Lanjut →

Audi E-Tron Ready To Race

Audi have entered the futuristic E-Tron electric car into the Silvretta E-Auto Rally due to be held this year is Austria. The E-Tron is claimed to put down just over 3,300 pounds of torque through it’s 4 electric motor, 4 wheel drive power-train. I’m not a geologist but I’m fairly sure that’s enough to move a small to medium sized tectonic plate. Lanjut →

800hp Bugatti Electric Hyper Car On The Way

Bugatti is said to be working on an Audi E-Tron based all electric car capable of turning out 800bhp and over 1,600lbs of torque. The Bugatti name is no stranger to electric cars, company founder Ettore Bugatti built an EV (the Type 56) all the way back in 1931, initially it was destined to be a personal car for zipping around the factory site but demand was so strong that Ettore commissioned a few more to be produced. This first Bugatti EV had about 1 bhp on tap and a top speed of approximately 20 miles an hour, we expect any new electric Bugatti to eclipse these numbers by a huge, huge margin and some are suggesting this could be the first factory built electric car to achieve a Lanjut →

The Audi E-Tron

Audi is a company famous for some seriously forward looking prototype vehicles, some of them even get a production run (The TT is probably the best example). They recently dipped their toe in the electric car pool at the Frankfurt Motor Show and a little while later at the Detroit Auto Show with the E-Tron, an all electric all wheel drive (or Quattro) system featuring 4 electric motors, 2 at the front axle and two at the rear axle, pumping out 230 kW (313 hp) and 4,500 Nm (3,319.03 lb-ft) of torque, how they are going to keep the tires from spinning on the rims with that much torque is not made clear however having the ability to rotate the planet under your car could come in handy should you find there aren’t enough hours in the day. Lanjut →

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