Elion Musk has written history with his Tesla, but many more automotive luxury brands are now turning to electric cars.
All started from the visionary minds of Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning, who first firmly believed in the chance to establish an automotive company offering an electric-only range. American tycoon Elion Musk’s contribution led to Tesla, whose global success is already a legend.
Today, other luxury brands have also tried to join the trend by offering electric models. Meet the three most interesting battery-powered supercars.
Porsche: the Taycan range
The historical German car company has launched its new Taycan range, for innovative features in authentic Porsche spirit, promising “pure emotion and maximum driving pleasure”. In terms of performances, the range reaches a 260 Km/h top speed, and can travel to 412 Km on one battery charge.
Aston Martin Rapid-E
Only 155 pieces for a five-door luxury coupe that paves the way for an electric future for luxury brand Aston Martin.
Built in lightweight materials like carbon and Kevlar, this amazing electric car will reach true Aston performances: from 0 to 100 in less than 4 seconds, and a 250 Km/h top speed.
The long-established Italian brand has opted for electric luxury too with Battista, its first emission-free hyper car. Going from 0 to 100 in 2 seconds, the model flaunts streamlined, aggressive lines worthy of a Formula1 single-seater, and promises intense emotions to the few lucky ones who can afford it.