RAESR electric car has 240mph top speed 150 miles of range and you can buy
Nov 14, 2017 Luke John Smith
Tachyon Speed is an all-electric hypercar prototype from RAESR
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Tachyon Speed – 1,250-HP Electric Hypercar
A BRAND new electric hypercar prototype the Tachyon Speed by RAESR has been
revealed and you can buy one.
Last week E.ON launched its ambitions to introduce 10,000 electric car
chargers across Europe over the next three years.
As part of the promotion, a number of all-electric cars featured in the
trailer including a monster truck and a hyper.
The hypercar is built by California-based startup RAESR ‘Rice Advanced
Engineering Systems and Research’ and is being dubbed as the ‘Tachyon
It is an all-electric hypercar which produces an eyewaterinw 1,250bhp and
4,949Nm of torque.
Rumoured top speed for the Tachyon Speed, which is named after the
theoretical particle that moves faster than light, is 240mph.
In addition to the monstrous top speed os a 0-60mph figure of three seconds.
The car can also get from 0120mph in under 7.0 seconds and a quarter of a
mile in under ten seconds.
It is powered by six different direct—drive electric motors
Not only is it an absolute powerhouse the car has a decent amount of range.
The company says it is good for about 150 miles on a single charge in ‘city
One of the coolest things about the car is the jet-fighter inspired tandem
two seater design.
While to was designed this way primarily for aerodynamic reasons, the car
also embodies that style with its dramatic proportions.
Its front wings and adjustable rear wings can provide over 454kg of
downforce and the exterior is made of carbon fibre and the interior made of
These lightweight materials help to achieve a dry-weight of 1,338kg.
The company is currently taking limited reservations for the hypercar via
its website [
What the company really specialise in however is the development of electric
powertrains and batteries for EVs.
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