The E-Wolf Electric Car Concept

German firm E-Wolf – a new player on the scene of electric supercars has promised a new, stronger, sexier option in their E-Wolf Electric Car Concepts.

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German firm E-Wolf – a new player on the scene of electric supercars has promised a new, stronger, sexier option in their E-Wolf Electric Car Concepts. Working in partnership with the Saxony Lightweight Center and the Institute for Lightweight Structures and Polymer Technology at the Technical University of Dresden, E-Wolf unveiled its street-legal E-1 roadster at the recent 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show and plans to add the E-2 supercar (see the photo above) to its lineup in about two years. The E-Wolf E1 Electric Car Concept (see the gallery below) features a carbon-fiber body with a nasty focus on aerodynamic as well as an AC induction motor with plenty of juice. The E-Wolf E1 can crush 60mph in less than 5 seconds on its way to 143 mph on the high end. Okay, that might not compete with your average ICE Supercar, but still, this one runs on clean electricity and nothing more. While the e-1 can be bought today at a price of €150,000 (approximately $218,818), E-Wolf is also working on an e-2 supercar due in 2011. The E-2 will feature four electric motors, one in each wheel, delivering a combined output of 544-horsepower and 737-pound-feet of torque – all this in a chassis that is expected to weigh around 2,000-pounds. [via MotorAuthority]

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