Posted Dec 1st 2011 1:12AM
This is DOK-ING XD electric car. Of the dozens of recent models and ideas shining on the floor of the LA Auto Show 2011, only one offers 3 seats DOK-ING, scissor doors and all-electric motors symmetrically arrayed well in front and rear section with the LiFePo4 battery in the middle of aluminum chassis with crashworthiness style in 20,000 Nm/deg torsion stiffness. The DOK-ING XD is an ongoing project by a Croatian company known largely for building mine-clearing vehicles.
Fast very little electrical cars at that: a four-motor, AWD version of this DOK-ING XD can hit a hundred km/h (60 MPH) in 4.2 seconds, per the corporate web site. For the record, that’s one second slower than the Mclaren F1, which appears to possess impressed the DOK-ING XD’s three-seat layout. Additionally, through those four electrical motors, this new town automotive performs 180kW/240PS, 720Nm torque, and 4500 RPM. It additionally boasts glorious acceleration, 3.5s for 0-80, and 4.2s for 0-100km. DOK-ING said, it’s a sports town automotive. By trying into its a hundred and 40km/h max speed, little doubt in any respect, it’s a sports electrical town automotive. The DOK-ING XD can provide either 120 or 240 horsepower price of electrical motors, powered by 32kWh batteries.
Like forever city car for DOK-ING XD is returning in a compact size, 1.8(W) x 1.6(H) x 2.85(L) m with 1300kg mass. Dozens of firms are trying to make a market in small EVs, and DOK-ING’s lack of expertise doesn’t bode well. If successful, it says that it could manufacture of DOK-ING XD up to 30,000 cars at a worth of around $40,000 each.