From your article:
=========================================================================So how do you build the EV of the future on a six-figure budget when GM
couldn't do it with more than $1 billion? For starters, you get all the
basic parts off the shelf, starting with a chassis. Wright found one he
liked in the Ariel Atom, a blazing-fast custom British roadster.
========================================================================But I knew it was an Atom just by looking at it. And it outperforms the
same cars with a puny Honda motor.
I also notice that he didn't take on the Ferrari and Porsche on a road
racing track. No doubt the weight of the batteries and motor have screwed
up the car's balance.
With the light weight, fuel efficient Honda motor, the Atom eats up the
I'm still thinking people are going to want an automobile, not a go-cart.
You are very pessimistic person, stuck in your old ways!
Look it the the new Silicon batteries, used in this German Scooter!
Maybe the future!
I rather like to look it green cars, than those tattooed, tough guy,
Monster Garage idiots, building so impractical 1500 hp motorcycles.
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