“Killer” Tesla

At the Frankfurt motor show the Taiwanese company Thunder Power provided electric sedan, which, according to motor.ru will be able to compete with the Tesla Model S. The car will be available with two versions of an electric motor. With a capacity of 308 horsepower and 428. The latter can accelerate to 100 kilometers per hour in less than five seconds.

Its top speed is electronically limited to 250 kilometers per hour. The electric car is equipped with a battery pack capacity of 125 kilowatt-hours. The stock battery will last for 650 kilometers. The company said that for half an hour the batteries can be recharged to travel up to 300 kilometers.

The Thunder Power production will be in China. Taiwanese people are also going to establish the European production of machines, the sale of which will begin in 2017. Audi has unveiled a prototype electric e-tron quattro. It is expected that its production version will compete with the Tesla Model X crossover.

The car is equipped with a 435-horsepower powerplant, the return of which to the disruption of short-term increases to 503 forces. Power reserve e-tron quattro is 500 kilometers.

The German company Porsche has shown a prototype four-seater electric supercar, capable to pass without recharging up to 500 kilometers. The car is equipped with two electric motors with total capacity of over 600 horsepower and all-wheel drive system. Up to 100 kilometers per hour in the Porsche accelerates in 3.5 seconds, to 200 km / h in 12 seconds.

For the prototype has been developed 800-volt charging system batteries — you can use it to charge the battery pack to 80 percent in 15 minutes (400 kilometers). Porsche Mission E may also be charged from a standard outlet or by using the wireless charging system based on the principle of electromagnetic induction. The sports car has a dot-matrix led headlights, camera on the front fenders instead of rear-view mirrors, fully electronic Central console and instrument panel, system menu control your car with gestures. The onboard system can track exactly where the driver looks, and offer a particular menu item.

The driver needs only to confirm the selection button on the steering wheel.

Source: google.co.uk/blog/2-types-software-development-contracts-infographics/

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