Electric hypercars coming in future with Top Speed 400km/h


Doubt that in the future, almost all cars will run on electric energy, no longer. It is planned to equip with electric motors not only passenger models, but also Formula-1 race cars . Moreover, even hypercars will switch to a harmless energy source – one of the first such cars will be a model code named Omega. It is believed that he will become a direct competitor to the Aston Martin Valkyrie, which accelerates to 320 km / h in just 10 seconds, and its top speed is more than 400 km / h.


Recently, Lotus, which is engaged in the development of Omega, has entered into a partnership with the company Williams Advanced Engineering, which previously participated in the creation of hypercar from other manufacturers. It was announced that both sides would share their experience in creating advanced motion technologies. Since Williams had already helped Singer and Jaguar create super-fast cars, a well-founded rumor arose that the new alliance would jointly develop the Omega hypercar.

Single battery charge to travel a distance of up to 400 km

It is expected that it will be equipped with an all-wheel drive electric motor, and on a single battery charge to travel a distance of up to 400 km. If the charge is exhausted, nothing terrible will happen – the car will be compatible with high-speed charging terminals. If Lotus listens to the advice of Williams, hypercar almost certainly get a lot of parts from carbon fiber, which will facilitate its body. Also, a British company can share its batteries.

When people can see a working prototype of Lotus Omega is not yet clear. The publication Auto car believes that this will happen in about two years – that is how much time the project will develop. Are you interested in the upcoming hypercar? Do you think he will be better than Aston Martin Valkyrie? As always, you can express your opinion in the comments or in our cozy Telegram-chat , where new participants are always welcome!

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