Tomahawk All Electric Sports Car

Feb 7, 2017

Category: Rides

Thanks in part to brands like Tesla, the world of electric vehicles has changed for the better. Gone are the days when ‘all-electric’ was synonymous with sluggish and slow. Now, brands are creating truly fun and capable cars that need not rely on fossil fuels. And while you might not get the same angry growl, the swift spirit remains all the same. And it’s that spirit Dubuc Motors is looking to tap into with their crowdfunded Tomahawk project.

Although it does look a little bit like a custom body kit on a Falcon F7, this car is a different beast entirely. Thanks to the electric motor, it has a 0-60 time of an astounding 3 seconds and a top speed of 160 mph. And while that might not seem terribly quick, it’s driving range of 370 miles per charge is more than enticing enough to make up for it – especially when you take into account its 360-degree live cameras, voice-activated commands, and litany of other high-tech features. What’s especially cool is that it’s being built right here in North America. The price has yet to be announced, but you can reserve one now thorough their website. [Purchase]

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