Electric vehicles seem to be the future, and the E-Wolf e2 sports car does have a strong case going for it. After all, it will arrive in two years’ time and will take over the mantle of its predecessor, the street-legal e1. Just to get an inkling of what the e2 will be capable of in a couple of years, let’s take a look at what the e1 delivers right here, right now. It tips the scales at a relatively lightweight 500kg, and won’t accept drivers heavier than 70kg, powered by a 110kW, quadripolar, liquid-cooled, AC induction motor (150hp) which is able to achieve the 0 to 100 km/h (62mph) benchmark in under 5 seconds, maxing out at 230 km/h with a maximum torque of 250 Nm (185 lb-ft). All of its lithium-ion batteries will be distributed along the car’s floor. Expect the e1 to go for €150,000 thereabouts.
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