Prepare yourself for the most amazing drag race in carwow history!
So let's see how these marvellous makers compare. Beginning with the Rimac, it's geared up with four electric motors that can produce an eye-watering 1,914 hp and 2,360 Nm of torque. It's packing a 120kWh battery pack, so as an outcome it's pretty heavy, tipping the scales at around 2,300 kg. And as you can picture, all of that power doesn't come cheap, with the Nevera costing around ₤ 2,000,000!
Together with it we have the McMurtry. This single-seater EV is a whole lot lighter than the Rimac, weighing in at just 1,000 kg. It's also geared up with 2 electrical motors that produce around 1,000 hp, while also loading an extraordinary fan system that helps to produce 2,000 kg of downforce! As a result, it can shoot off from the line like absolutely nothing you've ever seen before! But there's a catch – it's limited to a leading speed of only 150mph …
Then finally we have the F1 car, driven by Red Bull's reserve motorist, Liam Lawson. He's driving Sebastian Vettel's Championship-winning RB8, which is geared up with a 2.4-litre V8 that can produce 800hp. It's easily the lightest vehicle here, at around 700kg, and all power is sent out to the rear wheels just.
So it's an absolutely extraordinary line-up, but will electrical power accomplishment?! Or will the F1 automobile prove triumphant? There's just one way to discover for sure … LET'S RACE!
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