|FORMULA 1||V||FORMULA E|
|702kg||WEIGHT (INC DRIVER)||898kg|
|2.1 secs||0-100KM/H||3 secs|
Like Formula 1, Formula E is a racing championship with single-seater, open cockpit cars, but the vehicles are entirely battery-powered. With a top speed of 225km/h and a power-to-weight ratio 35 per cent higher than a Tesla Roadster, they are no slouch. But F1 cars still win – their 1.6-litre petrol/electric hybrid engine has more than three times the power.
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