Varley's stock in trade is making industrial level electric tugs... and now electric sports cars. You know — for when you want to tow that plane really fast. Unveiled at the 3rd annual Australian Electric Vehicle Conference, the Varley evR450 has a top speed of 200kph, will do 0-100 in 3.8s and has a current range of only 150km on a single charge, although the company's said to be looking at offering a 300km battery version as well. It won't be formally launched until January, at which point it's expected to cost under $200,000. [Autobloggreen via EFTM]
Varley evR450: The Aussie Electric Supercar
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