Wrightspeed x1 prototype 2005 driving in the hills with cloudy sky. Ian Wright is the inventor of the Wrightspeed x1 prototype. 0-60 ~ 3.0 seconds; Standing quarter mile ~11.5 seconds; Top speed 112mph (electronically limited); Range >100 miles in urban use; Charger: onboard conductive. Input 100-250V 50 or 60 Hz. Current: user adjustable up to 80A; Energy consumption 200 WHr/mile in urban use, equivalent to 170 mpg (33,705 WHr/gallon)
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