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Volkswagen ID.R sets new electric record on the Nürburgring

2 years ago   |   By Electric Vehicle News

Volkswagen has achieved another milestone in electro-mobility: The ID.R, powered by two electric motors, lapped the Nürburgring-Nordschleife in 6:05.336 minutes - faster than any electric vehicle before it. Romain Dumas beat the previous record set by Peter Dumbreck in 2017 by 40.564 seconds. With an average speed of 204.96 km/h, the ID.R once again underlined the impressive performance capabilities of Volkswagen's electric drive. This 500 kW emission-free race car is the racing flagship of the future fully electric ID. product family from Volkswagen. “The Nordschleife of the Nürburgring...
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