12 Jun '11, 7pm

German Firm e-WOLF Will Produce the Alpha-2 Electric Sportscar : TreeHugger via @TreeHugger

German Firm e-WOLF Will Produce the Alpha-2 Electric Sportscar Image: e-wolf German Media Call Alpha-2 the Electric Ferrari It looks like a Lamborghini Gallardo, and sounds like a Ferrari. Of course, the engine roars from a speaker box , because this car is all electric. With two electric motors offering 187 horsepower, spiking to 375 horsepower with 800 Nm torque for 30 seconds bursts of speed, the Alpha-2 can go 0-100 km/hr (0-62 mph) in 3.9 seconds. It's raison d'etre: proving that electric cars are not slow and boring. View the entire comment thread.

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