Varley evR450 Electric Sports Debuts at the AEVC


The first Australian electric supercar certainly doesn’t disappoint, with a 0-62mph time of 3.8 seconds.

The Varley evR450 electric sports car has just made its debut at the 3rd annual Australia Electric Vehicle Conference. The impressive electric car puts up performance numbers like a traditional car and is just as eye-catching as its gas-guzzling counterparts. The evR450 features two 150kW electric motors that are capable of propelling the gull-winged car from 0-62mph in only 3.8 seconds. It is electronically limited to a respectable top speed of 124.3mph.

The base package has a range of 93.21 miles while a 186.4 mile range option will be available. Varley Electric Vehicles is a 125-year old Australian company that specializes in aerospace, defense, fleet and transportation vehicles. This is their first foray into performance sports cars. The base package is expected to coast $200,000 Australian dollars. The 186.4 mile battery option will run a bit more. The evR450 will officially launch in January.

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