Mega Engineering Vehicle will Design and Engineer Electric Sport Cars with the most advance technology in the world!
The most Advanced Electric Cars!
Mega Engineering Vehicle have developed Zero Emission Super Sports Car Concept with Mega’s Electric Sport Cars!
Far from being a passing fad, electric cars are a definite market segment with an expanding mix of vehicle types. While still emerging, the electric sports cars category is already rife with some thoroughly exciting automobiles from some of the most respected manufacturers of performance cars in the business. This includes the likes of Acura, BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Porsche. With the cessation of production of the Tesla Roadster and the Mercedes-AMG SLS Electric Drive, currently there are no pure electric sports cars offered. However, electricity still plays a highly significant role in making contemporary sports cars quicker and more fuel efficient with gasoline/electric hybrid power trains. Indeed, some of the most interesting sports cars introduced in the last few years have combined electric motors with traditional gasoline engines for propulsion. But don’t count pure electric sports cars out.
Three pistons com busting internally, a dollop of electrons and lots of aluminum and carbon fiber are the main ingredients for the electric car. Its 357-hp hybrid power train drives all four wheels; in our testing, the electric car hit 60 mph in 3.6 seconds but averaged just 26 MPG. The poised chassis and sharp steering are good fun, but Eco-friendly tires and regenerative braking hinder performance.
Composite materials are traditionally regarded as materials that can save energy in large structures associated with transport. They are used to produce lightweight structures for fuel-efficient aircraft such as the new Boeing 787 Dream liner; lightweight cars from Lotus, Ferrari and TVR; and high-speed trains, speedboats, and racing yachts. Now, however, some of the most interesting applications of composites are those where the materials are used to save lives and protect property by absorbing the energy of projectiles, impacts, and crashes.