Electric vehicle with a record lap around Nurburgring Nordschleife race track?!

Yes, Peugeot EX1 with Stéphane Caillet, driver and tuner-technician from the Company's Research & Development Centre, behind the steering wheel.  The vehicle made a record lap for electric vehicles around the 20.832 kilometres (12.944 miles) race track.

EX1 set the clock at 9 minutes, 1.338 seconds (9:01.338) at an average speed of 138.324 km/h (85.951 mph). The weather conditions were far from perfect, but the vehicle managed to beat the previous electric speed record on this circuit, which was  9:51.45 seconds clocked in 2010.

The record achieved by EX1 was formally recognised by WIGE Performance, the official time-keeping body for the Nordschleife.

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Source: Porsche