This is the fastest sprinting electric car in the world

Ambitious aerial cycling?

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Ararkis Sandstorm

Meet what its creators believe will be the fastest electric car in the world. This is the Sandstorm from Ararkis Automobili. The electric superlative should be able to reach a speed of 100 km/h from a standstill in just 1.5 seconds.

The Pininfarina Battista has the title of ‘fastest accelerating production car in the world’ to its name. The sister model of the Rimac Nevera must reach 100 km/h from a standstill in a bizarre 1.79 seconds. This makes the Battista slightly faster than the car on which it is based. If it were up to Ararkis Automobili, this exotic car called Sandstorm, which for the time being only consists of an extensive series of digital ones and zeros, will soon leave both the Nevera and the Battista behind.

According to the London-based company, the Ararkis Sandstorm should be able to complete the 0-100 sprint in just 1.5 seconds. Its estimated top speed: 300 km/h. There is a 115 kWh battery in the bottom, which, according to Ararkis, provides an electric range of 500 kilometers.

Is the Ararkis Sandstorm nothing but ambitious air-cycling for the time being? It seems like it to some extent. It doesn’t seem likely that the Sandstorm actually exists yet. Yet Ararkis already provides information about matters such as warranty and equipment. For example, it would provide an eight-year warranty on the battery and four years on the rest of the car. The Sandstorm should also be equipped with a ‘groundbreaking Bose audio system’ and ‘a large LCD touchscreen’. The seats should be made of ‘premium materials’, such as carbon fiber reinforced plastic and Alcantara. More treats would come in the form of ‘a cruise control system’ and a 360-degree camera.

Ararkis says it will produce 20 units of the Sandstorm. The electric hypercar must cost the equivalent of 1.86 million euros. Even if the car actually arrives and you have the money for it, you probably won’t be able to buy it. According to Ararkis, the car can only be ordered ‘by exclusive invitation’. “Ararkis Hypercars understands the value of exclusivity. With only twenty examples of the Sandstorm to be produced, the hypercar becomes a collector’s dream: a rare gem in a sea of ​​traditional hypercars, which often have larger production runs. This limited production increases the appeal of the Sandstorm, making it not only a powerful vehicle, but also a coveted piece of automotive art.” Beautiful piece of prose. More enthusiastic language art: “The Sandstorm’s unparalleled acceleration, innovative electric powertrain, commitment to sustainability, aesthetic fusion and exclusivity position Ararkis as a true pioneer in hypercars. As the automotive world evolves, Ararkis Hypercars is leading the way and proving that The future of speed and style is not bound by tradition, but defined by innovation.”

– Thanks for information from Autoweek.nl

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