Fastest electric car in the world


Electric vehicles (EVs) are synonymous with breakneck acceleration, with big names like Tesla, Porsche, and Lucid continually pushing the envelope, boasting supercar-rivaling performance. However, it’s not just major automakers setting astounding benchmarks.

A team of students from a Zurich-based university has developed an electric car named ‘Mythen,’ which, despite having a modest 326 horsepower, has shattered the world acceleration record. The real game-changer? The vehicle’s incredibly light weight of just 140 kilograms. Each wheel is powered by an individual electric motor, resulting in a power-to-weight ratio that even the most advanced hypercars might envy.

This innovation has earned Mythen a prestigious spot in the Guinness World Records, accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in a mind-blowing 0.96 seconds. This astonishing feat surpassed the previous record set in 2022 by students from a Stuttgart university, who clocked in at 1.46 seconds.

The accomplishment underscores the potential of electric propulsion and the boundless innovation emerging from educational institutions.

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