5 Best Electric Sports Cars
When brainstorming the five best electric sports cars, only one name comes to mind and it's definitely not a Prius. The name is Tesla and this company has the electric car market on lock down. No, not every electric car is designed for 60-year-olds. Aside from Tesla, Exagon, Renault, Audi and Jaguar also have sleek electric cars of their own. Let's count them off.
- The Tesla model S earned the number one spot on the five best electric sports cars list because of the following mind blowing statistics. First the model S boasts a battery that lasts 300 miles per charge. Oh and it only takes 45 minutes to charge the thing. If that's not enough, the Tesla model S can go from 0 to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds. Enough said.
- The Jaguar C-X75 Concept exudes excellence and dominance; dominance over every other car on the road. Seriously, this two-seat sports car uses a lithium ion battery pack to power for electric motors placed in each corner of the vehicle. The concept can make it from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds and tops out at 205 mph.
- The Exagon Furtive-eGT is another refined speed machine capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. With a top speed of 178 mph in optimum lithium ion batteries, the Furtive-eGT is no slacker. It's aerodynamic frame is also guaranteed to catch the eye of any female within the vicinity.
- The Renault DeZir Concept is the first model from the newly appointed Renault design director, Lauren van der Acker. To be certain this two-seat electric sports car does not disappoint. The red Concept is a light car at 1800 pounds thanks to its Kevlar body. This electric car travels low to the ground and is sure to cut through the air effortlessly.
- The Audi eTron Spyder Concept is an open-top rendition of the two-seat eTron coupe. The Spyder uses two electric motors that can boost the car up to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds. While it also uses a V-6 diesel engine to add power, electric battery lasts for roughly 30 miles per charge in pure electric mode.