It’s a high-performance, electric-powered sports car designed to radically change public perception of what an electric car should look like and how it can perform.

It produces zero emissions and can travel 40 kilometres (25 miles) on one charge and can accelerate from zero to 97 kilometres per hour or 60 mph in four seconds.
Curve Issue twenty-one, 2007
‘Taking a universal approach’ by Belinda Stening

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