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Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

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Tinuku ~ NextEV NIO EP9 is a 1,341bhp electric car powered the world's fastest. Chinese electric car startup has launched supercar world's fastest electric powered. Under the brand NIO, supercar was unveiled at art gallery in London and is the first model of the new brand.

NIO shows the design of the fastest electric car in the world to accelerate from zero to 124mph (200kph) in just 7.1 seconds and has top speed 195 mph (313 kph). Very high for any EV and record is not easy overtaken in the next few years.

Tinuku Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

Tinuku.com Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

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Tinuku Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

Tinuku.com Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

Stylish design and specification scintillating trial results in Koenigsegg One comes a whole megawatts of power which translates to 1,341bhp of four high-performance motors and four individuals gearboxes. The battery fully charged within 45 minutes and has range 265 miles (427 kilometers).

EP9 design thoroughly reveal the original characters in the large wheel ring, slim body and pointed face with headlights that look like slit line. Sculpted thighs giving the appearance very typical supercar and curves to accommodate the wind at high speed.

EP9 innovative materials applied to enable achievement of the highest speed. Cockpit and chassis built with carbon fiber LMP1 Le Mans standards a very sturdy but lightweight and help the overall aerodynamics, while the fin tail maintain vehicle stability on the ground.

NextEV have some big names to realize the dream. Investors including Tencent, Temasek, Sequoia Capital, Lenovo, TPG and others naturally have aspirations in the technology world. EP9 structure integrated e-control and sensor system layout that ultimately accommodate autonomous driving technology.

"The EP9 born to push the boundaries and is the first production automobile to NIO. This is statement of vision, technical and manufacturing capabilities," said William Li, NextEV founder.

www.Tinuku.com Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

Tinuku Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

Tinuku.com Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

www.Tinuku.com Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

Tinuku Chinese electric car startup showcased NextEV NIO EP9 as the world's fastest electric powered supercar

"This is the best product in its class that shows what is possible with electric vehicles. We believe the experience of car ownership exceeded expectations, the electric vehicle will be the natural choice for all those who lead more sustainable future," said Li.

Some brands of cars from China is emerging as new player in the automotive industry. Geely launched its new brand Lynx & Co. to mass produce 01 SUV with sharable key and open platform that is designed for "the most connected vehicles in the world".

NextEV is part of new wave of the future electric car maker sophisticated. Brand new start with low volume production to build luxury brand, but then the strategy will ultimately pursue to produce models of mass production.

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