Take a quick look at the e=motion. You’ll only get a quick look, because the e=motion is expected to break the electric world land record of 245mph, with an expected speed of around 300mph. The team was scheduled to test in Tunisia Wednesday, June 9th, but canceled because of unsafe conditions. We’re looking forward to seeing the results, but till then, we can only daydream about driving down El Rodeo Dr. in the e=motion. It might turn some heads, especially when the parachute deploys.
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