Want a record-setting electric vehicle? Got a quarter million for the WX10?
Say you've managed to save up $250,000 and want to splurge by laying it all out on some big ticket item. We can think of countless ways to spend all that coin and we'd bet that you can too. But have you ever considered buying a record-setting electric vehicle (EV) with your hard-earned cash? Maybe not, but KleenSpeed thinks you should.
Wired notes that KleenSpeed's WX10 prototype electric racer is up for sale. The WX10, driven by KleenSpeed founder Timothy Collins, lapped the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in 1:42.5 at a blistering average speed of 94 miles per hour, topping all of the electric contenders present at the Refuel electric road race. Collins said that the WX10 delivers, "instantaneous torque that creates a unique combination of explosive response and a smoother driving experience." If you've got a hankering to give this unique electric ride a try, get in touch with KleenSpeed, pony up the dough and the WX10 could be yours. Dreams of buying a new house, yacht or Ferrari can wait because the unique opportunity to own this record-setter won't last for long. Click here to watch the WX10 take a trip through the famed corkscrew at Laguna Seca and imagine it in your driveway. It's free to dream, at least.
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