Electric car breaks the world acceleration record: from 0 to 100 km / h in 1,779 seconds

In recent years, interest in the world of electric vehicles has increased enormously. Thanks to this, we often hear about improvements and feats related to this type of vehicle. This time, an electric car created by students from the University of Stuttgart has managed to break the current Guinness record for acceleration.

The vehicle we are talking about has been created by the GreenTeam team with the aim of participating in Formula Student competitions. As you can see in the video that we show you later, the car (powered by a fully electric motor) has managed to go from 0 to 100 km / h in just 1,779 seconds, a figure that makes it the fastest accelerating vehicle in the world. This feat has taken place at JadeWeserAirport, a German airport. So far, the Guinness record is held by the Formula Student team known as AMZ Racing, which on November 3 traveled the same distance at 1.785 seconds slower (0.006 seconds slower). The record will be confirmed by Guinness World Records in the coming weeks..

Undoubtedly, we are facing a surprising feat that shows the power of this type of vehicle. Next, we leave you with the video in which the record is broken:

Source: Electric Autosport