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Britain’s Bristol Cars To Finally Unveil Electric Supercar: Report

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Back in 2011, we heard that historic British automaker Bristol Cars was working on an electric supercar capable of reaching speeds close to 200 mph. The fact that the company had declared itself insolvent only a few months prior to the supercar rumors left us with some major doubts, however.

Fast forward to today, and Bristol Cars, currently owned by holding company Kamkorp Group, which also owns Frazer-Nash Research, the company responsible for 2009’s striking Namir electric supercar concept, is reportedly close to unveiling its own electric supercar–and this one’s said to be production bound.

According to Autocar, Bristol’s new supercar will be an extended-range electric car complete with four electric motors, an array of lithium-ion batteries and a Wankel rotary engine.


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