As we told you last month, Ruf, a German tuner, was working on high-performance electric-powered Cayman, a move that would probably scare the folks at Tesla and Fisker. Well, it seems Ruf isn’t working on an electric-powered Cayman – instead they are working on an all-electric Porsche 911.
The concept is powered by three-phase electric motor that produces a total of 204-hp with a maximum torque of 479 lb-ft. Ruf says that the power quickly rips into the drive shafts during acceleration, which is kind of like dropping your car in 6th gear and pressing down in the accelerator and going. 0 to 62 mph comes in under 7 seconds with a top speed of 160 mph.
A full charge takes about 10 hours allowing a range of 155 to 180 miles.
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Ruf Electric Porsche 911: