Published on May 25, 2016
The Misubishi i-Miev
Electric cars don’t have to “suck”- as proved by Tesla, which provides a fantastic, smooth ride. This car’s horsepower is 66. Its torque is 145 pounds per feet, and it weighs only 2,579 pounds, while the average car weighs around 4,079 pounds. It reaches 60 MPH in 13.4 seconds, and does a quarter-mile in 19.4 seconds at 71.1 MPH. It’s top speed is little over 80 MPH.
Fiat Qubo Natural Power 1.4
This is the slowest proper car for sale in Europe. It reaches 60 MPH in 17.7 seconds.
This car reaches 60 MPH in 19.5 seconds.
A Youtube video shows the Smart Fortwo CDI reaching 60 MPH under 11 seconds, which is much faster than the first-declared 19.5 second.
This reaches 60 MPH in an approximated 27 seconds. It carries 0.8 liters, 3 cylinders, and 37 horsepower, and costs about 992 pounds. At least it fits 7 people.
Hindustan Ambassador 1.5 DSZ
This take about 28 seconds to reach 60 MPH. It has 35.5 horsepower and 53 feet-pound of torque.
This little bridge-hooded car hits 60 MPH in a whopping 29.4 seconds. It’s also one of the cheapest cars on the market today. It is worth about 2.88 Indian Rupees, which translates to $1,486.69 U.S. dollars.
MIA Electric Car
This one takes 30 seconds to reach 60 MPH. It sits 3 people.
This car won’t even reach 60 MPH. It has been said to be quite fun to drive, though.
This car won’t reach 60 MPH, either; it has a 400 cc 2-cylinder diesel that produces 5.6 horsepower. You don’t even need a driving license to drive it.
Never hits 60. This car costs $16,000, and you would be the slowest driver besides your children’s toy electric cars.
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