Zava's Prometheus Claims Acceleration 0 To 62 MPH In Two Seconds

Zava's Prometheus Claims Acceleration 0 To 62 MPH In Two Seconds
Italy based Zava is building Prometheus electric car that’s able of speeding from 0 to 62 mph in 2 seconds. If it’s claim of making the Prometheus the swift speeding car to ever knocked act is great in it of itself.

Details of Prometheus is just great, use four electric motors engines on the car, each increasing up to total 1,341 hp and 1,180 lb-ft of torque, covering 300 miles on a single charge and top speed is 217 mph which is at par with industry standards though accelerating to 60 mph in 2 seconds what else you look for.

Apart from energy and performance figures there is thin information on rest details about the Prometheus, what looks like a closed-cockpit, cab-forward driver with a distinct sharper noise and an uncommon multiple fin rear spoiler. Zava hasn't revealed any details on technological features but is claiming to release it soon. Cover your heads around Zava’s performance claims and hope to see it under production soon,

It’s very uncomplicated to get moved up in the figures that Zava is likely but we’ve all perceived this music and art before. a lot of other startup companies have declared faster and more mighty cars before and few have actually dispatched. This is just a pragmatic look at what the industry is like for these manufacturers so we can at least oversee our beliefs.

There’s a reason why no manufacturer in past has ever made a car taking 2 seconds for 60 mph acceleration. It’s incredibly strenuous to do that, especially when it comes to the preparation and improvement of a motor that will allow a vehicle to knocked those accelerates.

Maybe it’s Zava or maybe it’s another manufacturer who can get us what they claim. Currently Zava can only show us painted picture shown above.