2011 EcoVelocity: Green Supercars

August 12, 2011 at 10:00 am

The ongoing green revolution is the world of cars has left many of us petrolheads depressed. That’s because we have to wave goodbye to our beloved V10 and V12 supercars, since they have to no place in the new world order.

Now at the EcoVelocity show, an event for showcasing future green cars, they are trying to convince us it’s not that bad after all. We still get fast and exciting cars. Putting pay to the myth that eco-friendly cars can be slow and boring, the brand new eco car show team has designed the paddock to show off a range of exciting, sporty and stylish green supercars.

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Included in the line-up will be the Bluebird Electric, fresh from its British Electric Land Speed Record attempt in South Wales as well as the Tesla Roadster, the first highway capable electric car in serial production.

Also featuring will be The Delta Motorsport E-4 Coupe, which has a driving range of 200 miles on a single charge; The superfast Evelio, which can do 0-60mph in 3.2 seconds; The Lightning GT which produces 700 HP; The Nemisis Electric Sports Car, built entirely in the UK and the Westfield Sport E, which can reach 100kph in just 7 seconds.

We still prefer big petrol-powered car though!