An electric supercar powered by a graphene-based hydrogen fuel cell with better performance than a Ferrari is being developed by a newly established consortium. The car, to be named Edison Electron One, will be the first project of the newly established Edison Motor Cars – a partnership between Sunvault Energy, the Edison Power Company and Delaware Corporation.
The firms said Edison Electron One, to be unveiled in 2016, will be equipped with an electric drive unit at each wheel, providing the vehicle with 1,355 Newton meters of torque, which is almost double that of a Ferrari 488 GTB and one third more than that of the Tesla P85D.
The link has a picture of a Tesla P85D, not the yet to be built Edison Electron One, which I assume must be far along in its planning and design stages if they're really unveiling it in 2016. If graphene isn't in your vocabulary yet, WAKE UP!