For those who are already missing the Lotus Elise based Telsa Roadster for which production ended not too long ago, here’s an alternative coming all the way from Germany.
It is called the PG Elektrus and is basically a pure electric Elise featuring an all-carbon fiber body. The car was unveiled in Berlin recently and features a 272 HP electric motor backed by a lithium-ion battery which can partially regain energy through a solar panel mounted behind the driver.
The PG Elektrus is expected to accelerate from 0 to 100 Km/h in less than 3.0 seconds, can reach up to 300 Km/h (186 mph) and is able to return around 350 km (217 miles) on a single charge. In order to make its presence felt on the road the PG Elektrus comes fitted with a special sound system that allows the car to emulate the engine noise produce by a "full-bodied V8" or an F1 racer.
Pricing for the PG Elektrus Lotus Elise starts at 240,000 Euros (312,000 USD) and the Germany company plans on building a total of 667 units.

Source: Carscoop