Pariss Electric – French Connected Electric Race Car, 0-60 In Under 3 Seconds

MAY 27 2016 BY MARK KANE 13

Pariss Electric

Pariss Electric

The Pariss Electric, recently unveiled as “the first connected electric race car“, turns out to also be one of the smallest too…but still a two-seater.   (We though it might be Lightning McQueen under the cover at first)

With two electric motors rated at total of 200 kW of power and 400 Nm of torque, the Pariss Electric is quicker than most any car, with – 0-100 km/h (62 mph) taking less than 3 seconds.

Great performance is, in part, achieved by reducing the weight to just 850 kg (of which 250 kg is via the 30 kWh battery).

At a price point around €100,000, the Pariss Electric also offers tech-fancy things like cameras, tracking, telemetry and GPS & trajectory.

Pariss Electric Quick Specs:

  • 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 3 seconds
  • 200 km/h (124 mph) top speed
  • AWD with about 200 kW of power and 400 Nm of torque
  • around 850 kg curb weight
  • 30 kWh battery for about 35-40 minutes of driving

Bonus: Video of the Pariss Electric (and commercial spot) can be found below.

Pariss Electric

Pariss Electric

Pariss Electric

Pariss Electric

Pariss Electric

Pariss Electric

Pariss Electric

Pariss Electric

Pariss Electric

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13 responses to "Pariss Electric – French Connected Electric Race Car, 0-60 In Under 3 Seconds"
  1. kdawg says:

    30kWh.. so maybe 100 miles (or more since it’s so small/light).

  2. Brian says:

    Under 50 miles if it will only last 40 minutes “30 kWh battery for about 35-40 minutes of driving”. Looks like Tesla beats it in every category.

    1. Jason says:

      I suspect they are referring to 35mins of track driving (i.e. hyper-aggressive), which is not a fair comparison to a tesla’s mileage.

      Also I imagine they’ve got the cooling done in a way that allows its to drive hyper-aggressive for more 10min without over heating and reducing the available power. In that way it has tesla beat.

      I love tesla, but they haven’t done the engineering required to make them track day killers.

    2. Dan says:

      The Tesla can’t actually complete a full lap at the Nurburgring. So, that sets quite a low bar if we’re comparing race cars.

      1. floydboy says:

        Uh…yeah, it actually can. There’s a Model S owner who’s done so on many occasions.

      2. cmina says:

        “The Tesla can’t actually complete a full lap at the Nurburgring. So, that sets quite a low bar if we’re comparing race cars.”

        There are a few others including Bjorn Nyland who ran their Teslas at Nurburgring.

    3. ModernMarvelFan says:

      “ooks like Tesla beats it in every category.”

      I don’t think Tesla Model S beats it in handling or braking with the weight difference.

      Maybe the next gen Roadster will beat it.

  3. Trollnonymous says:

    When covered up, it looks like Lightning McQueen.
    Range seems anemic.

  4. ffbj says:

    ..and now we dance:

  5. floydboy says:

    Damn! That’s bigger than the other Radio Flyers! Probably faster too!

  6. DTM says:

    Excellent getaway car for criminals.Styling of the nose adds up. 30 mins before moving over to the seconden car. (could be a model s)

    I thought it was lighting mcQueen too. It’s a toy anyway.

  7. G2 says:

    Hey, it looks like it would be a great track toy, which is what it’s mission is, so don’t get all puffed up about how it is less than a Tesla; it was never meant to beat Tesla.