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Top 20 Most powerful electric cars 2020
Electric cars historically have been difficult to compare in terms of peak power. There was no standard methodology in measuring electric drivetrain power curve, and it is easy to achieve elevated power for limited amount of time, at the expense of longevity of power electronics and batteries.
Car manufacturers, however, have become more honest in the way they report electric drivetrain power, and any given amount of "electric horsepower" are now yielding similar performance as same amount of internal combustion horsepower.
This may still not be the case for smaller, boutique electric car makers, therefore, some of the power figures in this list should be taken with pragmatic skepticism.
This list is limited by available data and new vehicles will be added as new data arrives.
|Rank||Make and model||Power|
|1.||Lotus Evija||2000 ps|
|2.||Rimac C_Two||1941 ps|
|3.||Koenigsegg Gemera||1724 ps|
|4.||Nio EP9||1360 ps|
|5.||Drako GTE||1217 ps|
|6.||Ariel HIPERCAR (4WD)||1196 ps|
|7.||Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne||1113 ps|
|8.||Rimac Concept One||1103 ps|
|9.||Lucid Air ((Dual motor))||1014 ps|
|10.||Nikola Badger||919 ps|
|11.||Aviar R67||852 ps|
|12.||Tesla Model S P90D||773 ps|
|13.||Tesla Model X P90D||762 ps|
|14.||Rivian R1T (135 kWh battery)||760 ps|
|15.||Porsche Taycan Turbo S||760 ps|
|16.||Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupe Electric Drive||751 ps|
|17.||Porsche Taycan Turbo||680 ps|
|18.||Apex AP-0||658 ps|
|19.||Lightning GTS||653 ps|
|20.||Tesla Model X P100D||613 ps|