The "10-T" was displayed next to its nearly-identical gas-powered sister (pictured above) at PRI without its exterior bodyshell so as to show off the inside mechanical parts, which you can check out in the gallery below. It sports a 150kW motor and will offer several different battery pack size options. For racing longer distances, the battery packs are designed to be swappable and it is estimated to take about 45 seconds to make the switch and change the tires. How will it perform on the track? We hope to have video of it testing early in the new year.
[Source: West Race Cars]