It leaves them in the dust...
Performance and Handling
We set out to blow some minds by designing the Tango to beat most supercars in 0-60 mph acceleration. It has done a 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, and a 12.503-second 1/4-mile at 106.21 mph, after being driven to the track 10 miles, and up a 500-foot grade without recharging first.
The Tango can do this because it has two motors, each of which can produce over 1,500 ft-lbs of torque. Combined they produce more torque than 6 Dodge Viper V10 engines at peak. All this torque starts at zero RPM, hence, despite weighing 3,326 lbs, plus driver, on a prepared dragstrip, it did a wheel stand in the equivalent of 5th gear.
Range from 80 to 200 miles of 70 mph freeway driving is available (120 to 240 miles at 60mph), depending on battery selection and your driving habits. We recommend ordering a battery pack that supplies at least twice the range of your typical daily trips between charges. For an occasional long trip, a generator trailer running on any fuel could be attached giving the same range as any gasoline car.
The Tango can be charged from any receptacle. It comes with several adapter cords. A new adaptor cord can be created in minutes for less than $30 at any hardware store. It comes standard with a NEMA 14-50, as typically used for household ranges and in RV parks. It also comes with the latest J1772 inlet for connecting to thousands of public charge stations throughout the world. The on-board charger can be set to any current from 1 to 40 amps so as not to trip a circuit breaker. It automatically charges from any voltage from 100V to 250V without any adjustment.