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Dodge Circuit EV

Dodge Circuit EV

Dodge Circuit EV

Dodge Circuit EV
Make Dodge
Model Circuit EV
Concept year 2009
Production year -
Engine electric

The Dodge Circuit EV is based on a Lotus Europa platform
The Dodge Circuit EV was one of the few concepts unveiled at the 2009 Detriot Motor Show. Based on a Lotus Europa chassis with just a few visual changes made in an effort to disguise it as a Dodge product the Circuit EV is a well proportioned and attractive coupe. While the Dodge Circuit EV retains most of the same body panels and styling details as the Europa, up front is the trademark Dodge crosshair grille - which suits the car suprisingly well.

However the most interesting features of the Circuit EV lie hidden under the bodywork. In place of the conventional internal combustion engine is a completely electric ENVI drivetrain which consists of just three components. These include a 268 horsepower (200 kW) electric motor to drive the wheels, an advanced lithium-ion battery system to power the electric motor, and a controller that manages energy flow.

With its lithium-ion battery technology, the Dodge Circuit EV has a driving range of 150 to 200 miles between charges while still offering outstanding performance when required. The 0-60 mph sprint takes under 5 seconds, while the top speed is in excess of 120 mph.

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