Sunbeam Tiger: Full-Electric 160 mph Car
As you can see by yourself in the photos attached to the article, the car looks fairly eye-catching, despite the futuristic design it sports. And speaking of future, such a concept would be adequately for the year 2025, the guys at diseno-art.com wrote, which would coincide with the 100 year celebration of the 1925 land speed record set by the classic Sunbeam Tiger.
Although it would be fully electric, the car would be able to provide at least amazing figures, such as a 0 to 100 km/h
The whole battery restoration process would take up to 4 hours using a 3-phase charger, according to the aforementioned source which is pretty impressive taking into account the 800 mile autonomy.
As said, this is only an enthusiastic project designed by a Coventry University student so, unless one rich company (which is somehow a rare thing nowadays given the economic downturn) invests millions in this idea, it's impossible to see such a model on the street.