Nissan has revealed the world’s fastest electric racing car that can speed more than 300km/h – that is double speed of the current electric road cars.
The Zero Emission On Demand Racing Car, ZEOD RC that is fitted with the modified versions of the electric technology which are used in the UK car models. The ZEOD RC will come up to be official to its fans at the next year’s Le Mans 24 Hour event in France.
Nissan Motor Company has unveiled the world’s fastest electric racing car that can reach the speed up to 300km/h and will compete under the Automobile Club de l’Ouest’s ‘Garage 56′ entry at the 2014 Le Mans event, an especial event for vehicles to showcase the innovative technology.
The Japanese Motor Company Nissan is one of the largest automaker companies in the world and is now planning to test different types of engine and electric technologies in its new car over the next year to increase its performance for the race. Later this, the company will use these trials to create the technology for the future electric road cars.
Nissan said that the technology which is used in the Nissan’s ZEOD RC, is a modified version of the electric engine that is used in its LEAF road car. The LEAF road car reaches the speed up to 93mph while the ZEOD RC can accede 300km/h. The company will showcase its developments as they happen on its Nismo.TV and YouTube channel.
Ben Bowlby who is recently appointed as Nissan‘s Director of Motorsport Innovation, is the head of this ZEOD RC design team. He said: “The Nissan ZEOD RC is a natural development that follows on from the development of the Nissan LEAF road cars. In the future innovations for road cars this technology will put them so for long and during the next year we will be testing multiple drives in a widespread test program.”
The company Nissan plans to test different types of engine and electric technologies in the new car over the next year to increase its performance for the race. The driver can switch between electric and petrol-powered drive. Nissan‘s design team declares that in the future this technology could be added to the road cars.
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