2011 E-WOLF ALPHA 2
A German firm by the name of e-WOLF created what they call the Alpha-2. And by the looks of it, the Alpha-2 can pass as an electric Enzo. 2011 e-Wolf Alpha-2 can go up to 185 miles on a single charge and the batteries can be charged to 80% within a half-hour on the charger.
2011 e-Wolf Alpha–2 featuring two electric motors rated at a combined 187-hp, with a power boost option that gives the Alpha-2 a total of 375-hp and 800 Nm or 590 lb-ft of torque for 30-second time intervals. The result is a 0-62 time of 3.9 seconds and the firm shouts out claims of a 143 mph top speed.
2011 ASTON MARTIN V12 ZAGATO RACE CAR CONCEPT
Two specially prepared racing examples of the freshly revealed Aston Martin V12 Zagato Racecar Concept, the car putting the final touches to its race preparations in readiness for the toughest 24 hour race of them all – the annual ADAC Nürburgring 24 Hours on 25 and 26 June, 2011.
2011 Aston Martin V12 Zagato Racecar Concept was then turned into the number 3 race car, nicknamed by the company ‘Zag’ (red), which will be piloted in the 24 hour race by Aston Martin CEO, Dr. Ulrich Bez, the company’s Nürburgring Test Centre Director, Wolfgang Schuhbauer and automotive journalists Horst von Saurma and Matthew Marsh.
While the second Aston Martin V12 Zagato Racecar Concept is car number 5 nicknamed ‘Zig’, and it is finished in a green hue. It will be driven by One-77 Chief Engineer Chris Porritt, sports car driver Oliver Mathai, automotive journalist Richard Meaden and amateur racer Peter Cate.
Both of Aston Martin V12 Zagato Racecar Concept is destined to spawn a limited run production version within the next year, will be joined by a V8 Vantage GT4 nicknamed ‘Smurf’ and three customer team V8 Vantages bringing the Aston Martin presence in the race to a total of six cars.