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>> You know times have changed when even supercars at car shows have to print green. So supercars specialist, Koenigsegg of Sweden, rolled out this Quant concept at Geneva. Electric and fast, it has an electric motor at each rear wheel to get you to 60 miles per hour in a little over five seconds. Range is an impressive 310 miles on a single charge. And check it out. The paint on this guy is one big, sprayed on photovoltaic cell. So on sunny days, you might even be able to drive a little further. Even on the gloomy days, don't sweat the charging thing because Koenigsegg claims their proprietary battery cell system can be charged in 15 minutes. Hmm, their either wishfully thinking or just went to the head of the class in terms of EVs. Oh, that's right. It's a concept. It doesn't have to work.
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