RAESR Tachyon Speed Electric Supercar

Rice Advanced Engineering Systems and Research started designing the Tachyon Speed electric supercar in 2012 with the goal of making one of the fastest, most technologically advanced vehicles on the planet. While there haven't been any third-party tests, Tachyon does exist and looks amazing. With a claimed 1,250 hp, 3,650 lb-ft of torque, and a weight of 3,000 lbs, the Tachyon looks to live up to its faster-than-light particle namesake. While not in full production, RAESR has begun taking limited orders for the car.

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