Miss R to beat Tesla Roasdster as the world’s fastest electric car


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Miss R has just won the title of the world’s fastest electric car.

Last week, the all-new 2017 Tesla Roadster was launched by Elon Musk in the car market as the fastest model ever which has drawn a lot of attention from car lovers across the world.

However, Xing Mobility, a Taiwanese company has just introduced a new model named “Miss R” who is able to beat the 2017 Tesla Roadster. Titled as the world’s fastest electric car, the Miss R comes with the acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph) in 1.8 second, which is 0.1 seconds faster than the Tesla Roadster. Moreover, the car can reach 124 mph (200km/h) in just 5.1 seconds thanks to its four 350V motors. The new Miss R now is anticipated to capable of reaching a speed of 168 to 186 mph (270 to 300 km/h)

1,341-HP Electric Supercar Is Quicker Than The New Tesla Roadster (XING Mobility Miss R)

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Furthermore, the electric supercar features a 1 MW power battery which includes 98 modules storing 4,116 cells. In addition, its highly efficient and lightweight battery swap system allows the car battery to be fully charged within only 5 minutes.

Xing Mobility has already had a prototype for a new Miss R tested and revealed that they were going to quickly test the car at full power. The perfect prototype is scheduled to be launched in late 2018.

The angular front Miss R

“Miss R” is able to beat the 2017 Tesla Roadster

As disclosed by the company, the Miss R will be officially launched  the auto market in 2019 with the price tag of $1million USD which is much more expensive than Tesla ($200,000). What’s more, the firm decided to produce only 20 Miss R for sale globally.

According to the latest car news, the Tesla Roadster might still be in the first rank of acceleration. It will be equipped with a special option package by Elon Musk which could take the car to the next level.

The angular front Tesla Roaster

The Tesla Roadster might still be in the first rank of acceleration

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