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Top Four Fastest And Most Expensive Electric Cars

Today, few people are likely to remember how an electro mobile revolution took place in the global market. But many people agree that the first production electric cars were expensive and provided low mileage, 100 to 130 km on average.

Electric vehicles eliminate the need for complex gearboxes, which are necessary for ordinary cars with an internal combustion engine. The topic of our list today is the best electric cars. It includes the fastest and most expensive in the world.

1. Mercedes Maybach Vision 6

Maximum speed: 250 km/h (electronically limited).

This electric car is incredibly rare and expensive. The point is that this car, presented by Mercedes in 2016, is a study in the form of a concept car. But it is quite possible that the Germans in the future will release a serial version based on it. This car can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 4 seconds. And this, taking into account its size and, consequently, its weight.

2. Renault Trezor

Maximum speed: 250 km/h (electronically limited).

Another fast electric car 2019. The maximum speed of the French Renault Trezor is 250 km/h. Apparently the speed bar is electronically limited. Acceleration to 100 km/h takes less than 4 seconds.

3. Faraday Future FF91

Maximum speed: 300 km/h

C rossover Faraday Future FF91 is the first car from the American company Faraday Future . The car's creators claim that the luxury electric car, Faraday Future FF91, will become the company's TOP product. At the moment, the car is not yet available in the market. But already in 2019, the company plans to finally start the conveyor (this was supposed to happen this year).

4. Tesla Roadster.

Maximum speed: 400 km/h.

Although Tesla CEO, Musk, claims the Tesla Roadster is not fast enough, the energy of the vehicle is extraordinary. By the way, Tesla Roadster is faster than the legendary Porsche 918 Spyder.

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