Datsun, World's Fastest Electric Car

Thursday, August 25, 2011

For the first time in history, a 1200 Datsun 39-year-old managed to record as the fastest electric-powered cars in the world. A mechanic has modified the old vehicle with a powerful electric engine that can go 0-60 mph in 1.8 seconds, quicker than most sports cars.
As reported by Mail Online, Wednesday, August 24, 2011, this car can travel a distance of 90 miles without recharging the battery. With 500 hp means the car can travel a quarter mile in just ten seconds.

In a trial on the track, Datsun named White Zombie, the Maserati car easily leave behind.

White Zombie was built by the American mechanic John Wayland, modified from the 1972 Datsun output by placing the electric motor in it, which is run by a series of lithium-polymer battery cell 192 which gives a total voltage of 355 Volts or 22.7 kWh of energy.

Earlier, the French car manufacturer, Peugeot, also managed to break the world record at the famous race track Nurbugring, Germany. The record was not obtained by using conventional-engined cars, but with the EX1 electric concept car.

Peugeot's record-breaking is done with the concept EX1 rider named Stephane Caillet. To break this record Caillet carrying handle links Peugeot Concept EX1 average speed of 138.324 km / hour. Peugeot EX1 also successfully won the title as the fastest electric car on the track Nurburgring-Nordschleife.


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