Veritas RSIII Roadster – World’s Fastest Plug-In Hybrid

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Developed by the team at Vermot AG, the Veritas 3 Roadster Hybrid is a bat mobile inspired rocket ship that’s doing its part for the environment.

If the vehicle looks familiar that’s because the Veritas III Roadster Hybrid vehicle sports the exact same design aesthetics as the fossil fuel powered version. The hybrid counterpart is even equipped with same BMW built V10 motor which paired with the 105 kilowatt electric motor, is good for over 600 horsepower. So just how fast is the car? Well the Veritas RSIII Roadster has been clocked at 3.1 second zero to 62 miles per hour sprint, and tops out at an impressive 205 miles per hour. The company is currently looking to release a fully electric version of the sports car sometime during 2013.

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