11 of the most powerful fully electric cars money can buy, including the car James Bond may drive in the next ‘007’ film

Rimac Traditional luxury carmakers like Aston Martin and Porsche are creating bonafide fully-electric supercars. Smaller companies, such as Dendrobium and Aspark, have also been entering the field with four-digit horsepower cars. Here are 11 of the most powerful electric supercars you can buy, including the one that James Bond may be driving in the next…

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11 of the most powerful fully electric cars money can buy, including the car James Bond may drive in the next ‘007’ film

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  • Traditional luxury carmakers like Aston Martin and Porsche are creating bonafide fully-electric supercars.
  • Smaller companies, such as Dendrobium and Aspark, have also been entering the field with four-digit horsepower cars.
  • Here are 11 of the most powerful electric supercars you can buy, including the one that James Bond may be driving in the next “007” film.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Though it gets a lot of attention, Tesla isn’t the only company creating electric cars.

Some traditional carmakers like Aston Martin and Porsche are exploring the rapidly-growing electric car field with super powerful new models which add their own flair for luxury and speed to the market.

Meanwhile, other much smaller companies are exploring the high-end electric sector, such as the relatively unknown Aspark — which hasn’t even released a production vehicle yet. 

Horsepower is measured a little differently for electric cars, as an electric motors’ full torque is deployed as soon as the driver steps on the accelerator. That means an electric car can feel more powerful than an internal-combustion-engined (ICE) car with the same horsepower rating at the low end, but start to lose some of its gusto at sustained high speeds unlike a gas-powered car.

With that crucial difference in mind, here are 11 of the most powerful electric cars money can buy, including some that are setting world records.

Traditional luxury carmakers like Aston Martin…

11 of the most powerful fully electric cars money can buy, including the car James Bond may drive in the next ‘007’ film

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11 of the most powerful fully electric cars money can buy, including the car James Bond may drive in the next ‘007’ film

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Traditional luxury carmakers like Aston Martin and Porsche are creating bonafide fully-electric supercars.
Smaller companies, such as Dendrobium and Aspark, have also been entering the field with four-digit horsepower cars.
Here are 11 of the most powerful electric supercars you can buy, including the one that James Bond may be driving in the next “007” film.
Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Though it gets a lot of attention, Tesla isn’t the only company creating electric cars.
Some traditional carmakers like Aston Martin and Porsche are exploring the rapidly-growing electric car field with super powerful new models which add their own flair for luxury and speed to the market.
Meanwhile, other much smaller companies are exploring the high-end electric sector, such as the relatively unknown Aspark — which hasn’t even released a production vehicle yet. 
Horsepower is measured a little differently for electric cars, as an electric motors’ full torque is deployed as soon as the driver steps on the accelerator. That means an electric car can feel more powerful than an internal-combustion-engined (ICE) car with the same horsepower rating at the low end, but start to lose some of its gusto at sustained high speeds unlike a gas-powered car.
With that crucial difference in mind, here are 11 of the most powerful electric cars money can buy, including some that are setting world records.

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Traditional luxury carmakers like Aston Martin…

11 of the most powerful fully electric cars money can buy, including the car James Bond may drive in the next ‘007’ film

BITranspo,Electric Cars,Supercars,Horsepower,James Bond,007,Sports Cars,CT Visual Features

11 of the most powerful fully electric cars money can buy, including the car James Bond may drive in the next ‘007’ film

2019-08-02T18:40:47+02:00

2019-08-02T18:41:36+02:00

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Traditional luxury carmakers like Aston Martin and Porsche are creating bonafide fully-electric supercars.
Smaller companies, such as Dendrobium and Aspark, have also been entering the field with four-digit horsepower cars.
Here are 11 of the most powerful electric supercars you can buy, including the one that James Bond may be driving in the next “007” film.
Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Though it gets a lot of attention, Tesla isn’t the only company creating electric cars.
Some traditional carmakers like Aston Martin and Porsche are exploring the rapidly-growing electric car field with super powerful new models which add their own flair for luxury and speed to the market.
Meanwhile, other much smaller companies are exploring the high-end electric sector, such as the relatively unknown Aspark — which hasn’t even released a production vehicle yet. 
Horsepower is measured a little differently for electric cars, as an electric motors’ full torque is deployed as soon as the driver steps on the accelerator. That means an electric car can feel more powerful than an internal-combustion-engined (ICE) car with the same horsepower rating at the low end, but start to lose some of its gusto at sustained high speeds unlike a gas-powered car.
With that crucial difference in mind, here are 11 of the most powerful electric cars money can buy, including some that are setting world records.

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