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Can electric cars drift?


Attached Image It seems like drifting could soon be a much less polluting sport than ever. VERTEX T&E and OZ Motors of Japan recently showcased a EV Prius which looked like it has some potential to be a decent drift car at the recent Tokyo Auto Salon 2015. While there seem to be a lack of information on the car, it is believed that the electric, rear-wheel driven Prius is still under development and should produce about 400bhp when ready. 
 
Watch the demonstration below and marvel at how weird it is to see a car drifting without any engine noise. 



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Aaronlkl Jan 26 2015 11:16 PM

More like playing with R/C cars.

Ake109 Jan 27 2015 02:05 PM

If they made a 400hp rear driven Prius, I would want to buy one.

Renegade777 Jan 27 2015 07:52 PM

Prius......never known to be a sport model but requiring 400bhp ? Want to win who ! There must a joker around.

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