If it were not for the Top Gear test a few years back, many of us may never have the Veritas RSIII Roadster, which was really unfortunate because we were not known, heard how crazy the car. The original model packs a BMW M5 V-10 engine that produces 507 horsepower and results in a collision with a car top speed of around 215 km / h – remember, this is a car with no roof or windshield.
Well, to keep pace with the demand for hybrid cars, Vermot, the makers of Veritas, is developing a plug-in hybrid version.
It has the same basic engine as the standard car, but now the addition of a 140-horsepower electric motor, the total assets figure brings to 647 hp. What’s more, there is a F1-style Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) and is 31 miles to go on his electric power.
However, the electric motor adds 500 pounds of a total vehicle empty weight, with him now tipped the scales at a still slim 2821 lbs. Despite the extra weight of the hybrid RSIII miles can get 62 hours faster than the production car to 3.1 seconds and a top speed of 205 hours to go miles, that means hit the fastest car out there plug-in hybrid. heard, not bad for a company very little.
What’s more, Vermot also planning a pure electric version of the vehicle and a section on increasing revenue to the extremely rare supercar to help add.