What that money gets you however is a 2435 pound electric race car that looks like a clone of the 1967 Porsche 910. You also get a 53 kWh battery, a 2-speed transmission, and two electric motors with a combined output of 490 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque.
Essentially, Kreisel takes a 910 replica from EVEX and ditches the gasoline drivetrain for their electric drivetrain. The battery and motors add roughly 700 pounds of weight.
It is quite rapid despite the weight gain with 0-60 in a claimed 2.5 seconds. They also claim it will hit 200 miles per hour but let's actually see them do it.
Once again, an awesome electric sports car with a retro look but how about some actual proof of the claims and videos of it in action?
Kreisel presents electric super sports car Kreisel EVEX 910e
Almost 50 years after this vehicle type participated in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the electromobility specialist Kreisel Electric has completely converted a Porsche 910, turning it into an electrified supercar. The Kreisel EVEX 910e handles speeds above 300 kilometres per hour, accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds and – in contrast to the historical original by Porsche – is licensed for the use on public roads. In cooperation with the EVEX Fahrzeugbau GmbH this vehicle is available as a limited edition. The price for the first purchasable electric car by Kreisel: one million Euros.