Manufacturers of electric cars typically list how long it takes to get their battery up to 80 percent charge. But why not list it to 100 percent?
Sean grew up with a Lamborghini Diablo poster on his wall. He didn't understand what that car actually was until he graduated from university, which was a considerable time later. These days he'd prefer a McLaren 570S, but still respects the Lamborghini for its insanity. Now he scours the internet looking for the most utterly ridiculous stories about cars and pickup trucks with more horsepower than sense. Occasionally he discusses the important stuff like what Ford, GM, and FCA are planning for the future, but it's not nearly as entertaining. And then there was the time he wrote about the garden shed with 500 hp. Ah, good times. You can find Sean on Twitter @seanmurray683 or by email at Sean.M@HotCars.com.
Articles by Sean Murray
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