What is the fastest street legal electric car?

You guessed it! A corvette!

Ben K posted in USA News

44w ago


Innovation cars returned to Kennedy Space Centers shuttle landing facility for another record speed attempt. That run yielding a max speed of 210.2 mph setting a new worlds fastest street legal electric car record. 75 of these electric corvettes are set to be sold each pushing 800hp using a twin electric setup with a range of around 130 miles.


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  • It's cool but petrol is cleaner in the end, and much cooler. Cant replace the sounds with an electric motor.

      10 months ago
  • 130 miles at 210 MPH is useful. But what does it do at 40 MPH?

    About time the EV makers stepped up to the plate and delivered a true 350 to 400 mile range cars.

      10 months ago
    • I suspect this vette is aimed at the drag racers. Low miles at very high speed. Here is the states we are even more demanding than Europe. My vehicle has to be capable of 800-900 miles a day while sometimes towing a load. Whatever that equates to...

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        10 months ago
    • 800 to 900 miles day, towing or no, is the same in an EV as an ICE. Still two stops.

      I drove 998 miles one day, did think about doing a U-Turn and adding those extra 2 miles, but did not bother. (if anyone is interested it was Weymouth, Thame,...

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        10 months ago
  • Petrol is cleaner... 😂😂😂😂

      10 months ago
  • If an electric car going that speed and crashes, might be really bad for the driver... also if they can run 5 to 10 miles, and make it a 1/4" car, I wonder what it could do time wise. ..

      10 months ago
  • Half the fun of a corvette is the v8 without that it's just a generic ev supercar.

    One of the main selling points of the corvette is the v8

      10 months ago


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