The quattro electric all-wheel drive uses two electric motors, one mounted to the front and one at the rear. An early specification rated these two motors at a total system output of 300 kW (408 PS; 402 hp) and 664 N?m (490 lb?ft) of torque enabling the car to accelerate from 0?100 km/h (0?62 mph) in 5.7 seconds and on to a top speed of 200 km/h (120 mph) . The actual production version has a combined peak motor power of 265 kW (360 PS; 355 hp), with 125 kW (170 PS; 168 hp) from the front motor at a torque of 247 N?m (182 lb?ft) and 140 kW (190 PS; 188 hp) from the rear motor at a torque of 314 N?m (232 lb?ft). This allows the car to accelerate from 0?100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 6.6 seconds and on to its top speed of 200 km/h (124 mph).
The car uses an energy recuperation system which, on average, contributes 30% to the range. Recuperation can be achieved both when the driver releases the accelerator and when applying pressure to the brake.
When the car is equipped with the virtual side mirrors the car has a drag coefficient of 0.27. The e-tron also sits slightly lower than a traditional SUV; at 1,616 mm (63.6 in) high, it is 43 mm (1.7 in) lower than the Audi Q5. It has 660 litres (23 cu ft) of boot space, 160 l (5.7 cu ft) more than the Mercedes-Benz EQC, along with 60 litres (2.1 cu ft) of storage space in the front. bentley wallpapers, supercars, porsche wallpapers, Audi E-Tron wallpapers, lotus wallpapers
Pagani’s first model, the Zonda, is powered by a mid-mounted DOHC V12 engine manufactured by Mercedes-Benz’s AMG division. The car’s design was inspired by jet fighters and the famous Sauber-Mercedes Silver Arrow Group C cars, and features several unique design elements, including its circular four pipe exhaust system.
The Zonda’s production run ended with the Zonda HP Barchetta. Only three were produced with one unit retained for Horacio Pagani’s personal collection and the other two costing US$15M. Pagani wallpapers#FordMustang #Mazda #Pontiac #BmwX1 #AudiRS3