New supercar Piëch Mark Zero can be charged in 5 minutesMarch 6, 2019
The electric supercar, which debuts at the Geneva Motor Show, gains 100 km / h in just 3.2 seconds.
According to the Avtoreview portal, the German company Piech Automotive presented its new car, the Mark Zero coupe. The coupe is equipped with three electric motors: one asynchronous is located on the front axle, and two synchronous on the rear axle. The power of each unit is 204 hp With such a power plant, a sports car can accelerate to the “hundred” in 3.2 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 250 km / h. However, the main feature and competitive advantage of this car are batteries.
According to the company, it will take less than 5 minutes to charge the battery up to 80%. Cruising on one charge reaches 500 km.
The manufacturer promises a long term “life” of batteries – they are able to withstand 5,000 full charges before their capacity drops by 20%. The length of the coupe will be 4432 mm, width almost reaches 2 meters, and height – 1250 mm.
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