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Dubuc Tomahawk Electric Sports Car

Now that the Tesla Roadster is in temporary retirement, there's a void in the all-electric sports car market. One the Dubuc Tomahawk Electric Sports Car hopes to fill. With a 2+2 layout designed to fit both the small and the tall, its aluminum tube and monocoque structure sits atop a bonded chassis, the first in North America. The result is an all-wheel drive vehicle that can rocket from 0-60 in three seconds, hit a top speed of 160 mph, yet still drive up to 370 miles per charge with zero emissions.

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