But, because it’s a concept made post 2010, the E-Bugster features an electric drivetrain. The motor generates 114 hp and 199 lb-ft of torque from a 695 lb. lithium-ion battery pack parked in the rear of the chop-top Porsche. As you’d expect, the driving range is less than 100 miles and recharging can be done by both 120- and 240-volt plugs.
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