Porsche specialist shows off an all-electric Porsche Cayenne SUV
10 December 2009

Bavarian Porsche specialist RUF has unveiled an electric version of the Porsche Cayenne.

Dubbed the eRUF Stormster, it is powered by a 367bhp Siemens electric motor. Lithium-Ion batteries made by Li-Tec, which RUF say are the first European automotive batteries made using ceramic storage technology, drive the motor.

See the eRUF Stormster hi-res pics

Although the Stormster weighs in at 2670kg, RUF says the car can hit 62mph in 10 seconds, with a top speed of 93mph and a range of 125 miles.

The Stormster concept was unveiled at the European Climate Change conference in Copenhagen.

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10 December 2009

Great!, if I could buy this car, I would get to walk the last 5 miles every time I wanted to visit My friend in Hertfordshire and know that I couldn't actually get home again!. Boy, that's what I call progress!.

Never mind all the "look at our performance figures from an electric vehicle" nonsense, concentrate on getting the range up to something usable!.

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