30 Jul '13, 3pm

Torquey Evans Electric’s In-Wheel Motors Debut On Mitsubishi Evo

Torquey Evans Electric’s In-Wheel Motors Debut On Mitsubishi Evo

But with 400 horsepower, and over 1,700 ft-lbs of torque on tap, this electric Evo could really turn some heads in the EV and performance world. Because it doesn’t need axles or a gearbox, it is lighter than a typical electric car, and each wheel can be controlled independently for tighter turned, better stopping, and superior acceleration that conventional cars can’t even imagine. The potential is huge, and the people have been patient, so here is hoping Evans Electric can deliver.

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