Okay, sorry for the clickbait, but that number IS out there (the guy in the video states it and I'm not sure if he's trolling or genuinely missed it...I actually didn't catch it for a second until I stopped to actually think for one second...), so it's not my fault. I claim innocence Obviously, it's 1,000 foot pounds...someone fudged a number somewhere and put 14,000 Newtonmeters in the spec sheet instead of 1,400...maybe they thought they were funny, but more likely a careless mistake. Honestly, it's kind of a big deal as far as I'm concerned. That sort of thing does NOT look good. But if the company delivers, I can forgive, haha. Also, I'm not sure if that number is even accurate. I read somewhere else that it has 826 foot pounds (probably the more accurate figure, I would guess, although I haven't really looked into it).
*14 inches of ground clearance
*0-60 in 3 seconds...
*Project's head engineer is ex-McLaren/designer from Grand Cherokee project...
Watch the video. This could well be that "the very near future" I've talked about in recent posts. In one sense, it is a bit lamentable that we seem to have reached the end of an era (death of the diesel and of the internal combustion engine relatively shortly thereafter).
But, looking at the spec sheet and performance numbers for things like this, and some of Tesla's stuff, electric hypercars, electric Zero Motorcycles, etc.... Perhaps the future is not so bleak afterall