The V8 was replaced with a first ever triple electric H PEVS AC51 motor assembly providing 330 ft lbs of torque with a range of 100 miles. The current battery of 30 kWh delivers excellent performance, and Electric GT will a soon offer a pack with twice that capacity. “We can make it even faster and give it more range, but instead chose to keep it light and maintain the original feel of a Ferrari,” said Hutchison. With nearly double the torque of the original engine, the electric motors are no contest for even the finest tuned Weber carburetors.
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