Okay, so the Li-ion battery weighs 695 lbs, but that’s actually very light considering that the battery is part of the “engine” along with the electric motors and makes 114 bhp. But what’s even better is the 200 lb-ft of electric torque which is instant unlike in a combustion engine where the power builds. The body lines and iconic chop top also make the E-Bugster concept harken back to long, long ago in the 1940’s, and whenever an automaker sticks to its roots with a model, that’s usually a good thing. The E-Bugster is also efficient, because you have a range of 100 miles before the fun stops.
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