The French company has created a race between an electric racecar and an electric super-bike on the Thruxton circuit, and we’re talking about the Citroen Survolt concept vs the Agni Z2. 
The electric duel is also featured in the Citroen Survolt vs Agni Z2 video below, where professional driver Vanina Ickx and bike rider Jenny Tinmouth give their impressions after experiencing this electric shoot-out in which accent was put on speed, agility and performance.
The Citroen Survolt features a tubular chassis, has a carbon fiber body, weights 1.15 tonnes and its 140 Kg lithium-ion battery pack enables it to reach speeds of 260 Km/h (162 mph). The Citroen Survolt packs a combined power of 300 BHP and need less than 5.0-seconds to sprint from 0 to 100 Km/h (0 to 62 mph).
The Agni Z2 features 80 battery packs which total up to 65 HP. Total weight is 220 Kg and hitting 60 mph from a stand still takes 3.5 seconds. The Agni Z2 top speed is 130 mph.
Propelled by two electric motors with a combined power of 300bhp from
0 to 5,000rpm, Survolt is capable of exceptional performance with a top
speed of 260kph (162mph) and a 0-100kph (0-62mph) time of under five
seconds.  The concept’s twin 140kg lithium-ion batteries each boast a
31kw capacity and can cover 200km (124 miles).
Peugeot press release :
Electric racecar faced electric superbike for the very first time as
Citroën’s striking Survolt concept and an Agni Z2 went head-to-head at
Thruxton race circuit.
In the capable hands of two professional female racers – Vanina Ickx
and Jenny Tinmouth – car and bike battled it out to test speed, agility
and performance in the all-electric shoot-out of four wheels against
two.
Piloting Survolt was Vanina Ickx – Le Mans Series and Touring Car
racing driver and daughter of Formula One driver, Jacky Ickx.  Riding
the Agni Z2 was Jenny Tinmouth, the fastest woman around the Isle of Man
TT course and championship leader in the 2010 TTXGP.
Vanina Ickx commented; “This was a fantastic experience – the first
electric duel of its type.  The lack of engine noise made it a very
interesting challenge.  Normally you have an idea where your opponent is
by their sound, but with electric vehicles it’s so much quieter – a new
racing dynamic.  I had a lot of fun and I’m thrilled to have been part
of this unique track event.”
Survolt was fresh from its appearance on Sunday (12/09) as part of
The Prince of Wales’ Start Eco Car Spectacular. Held on The Mall in the
shadow of Buckingham Palace, Survolt led a parade of
ecologically-conscious vehicles, wowing the crowds and attracting much
appreciation from attending celebrities including Kevin McCloud, Sanjeev
Bhaskar, Lisa Rogers and Quentin Willson.  At the event’s prize-giving,
Survolt was presented with the ‘Vision Award’ by M&S Chairman Sir
Stuart Rose.
Specially developed with compact dimensions and a light-weight frame
(1.15 tonnes) to suit the race track, Survolt features a tubular
chassis, flat underside with extractor and full carbon bodywork, all
combining to make a genuine emissions-free, electric racing car.
Propelled by two electric motors with a combined power of 300bhp from
0 to 5,000rpm, Survolt is capable of exceptional performance with a top
speed of 260kph (162mph) and a 0-100kph (0-62mph) time of under five
seconds.  The concept’s twin 140kg lithium-ion batteries each boast a
31kw capacity and can cover 200km (124 miles).
Powered by 80 battery packs and weighing 220kg, the Agni Z2’s 65hp
all-electric drivetrain delivers a 0-60mph time of around 3.5seconds
with a top speed of just over 130mph.

Video : Citroen Survolt vs Agni Z2

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Source: Citroen