They say never to judge a book by its cover, and we guess that the same can be said of the DOK-ING XD electric car – after all, it does looks rather diminutive in nature, but this made in Croatia set of wheels is capable of accelerating from a standstill to 100km/h in but 7.7 seconds. Granted, it is pretty light in nature at just 100kgs, measuring 2.8m long, but the 80kW/360Nm electric motor which is powered by lithium-ion-phosphate batteries packs quite a punch. Apart from that, it can recharge in 8 hours, which means you’d do well to juice it up during the night before the next day begins.
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