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At the Drivers Parade in Le Mans weren't only Hypercars, there were also some E-Cars, just like this one, the Citroën Survolt.

The Base of the Survolt was once presented at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show as the concept car REVOLTe.

In the front the Survolt has striking LED headlamps and in the back a "huge" spoiler to increase the rear downforce. The top speed is at 260 km/h (161.56 MPH) and it can accelerate from 0–100 km/h (62.2 MPH) in less than 5 seconds.

According to Citroën the Batteries can provide a range of up to 200 km!! Nevertheless it's not been confirmed that the still-concept car will ever go into Production, but there are rumors that there will be maybe a supermini-sized concept based on the Survolt.



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