The Elextra’s lightweight carbon fibre body helps give it electrifying acceleration and a top speed governed at 250km/h. Photo: Electra The Elextra’s lightweight carbon fibre body helps give it electrifying acceleration and a top speed governed at 250km/h. Photo: Electra
The Elextra’s lightweight carbon fibre body helps give it electrifying acceleration and a top speed governed at 250km/h. Photo: Electra

Electric cars are being joined by luxury yachts and commercial aircraft – and Tesla isn’t leading the electrification of sports supercars, but small start-ups

If sustainability isn’t the main motivator for electric vehicle makers such as Elextra, Heesen and Magnix – although zero emissions is definitely a plus – then what is?

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The Elextra’s lightweight carbon fibre body helps give it electrifying acceleration and a top speed governed at 250km/h. Photo: Electra The Elextra’s lightweight carbon fibre body helps give it electrifying acceleration and a top speed governed at 250km/h. Photo: Electra
The Elextra’s lightweight carbon fibre body helps give it electrifying acceleration and a top speed governed at 250km/h. Photo: Electra
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