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Category: Category: sim cardNEXUS: Powering The Future With A Blast Of Electric May 19th, 2013 There’s a reason we say ‘timeless’, it’s because timeless design has been a central part of the Nexus program from the very beginning. And while the profile of a single car has changed considerably over the years, the vision of the Nexus family has remained the same: If we could create a collection of cars that really embodied energy efficiency, which made no compromise with driving or passenger comfort and was entirely self-evidently modern, we’d be having a revolution. In recent years, that mission has been taken to new heights, thanks to the considerable power the Nexus program has now. This is the world’s first electric supercar and it’s about to be unleashed on the world with a bang. From the first time we glimpsed it in the rolling chassis, we knew that there was an electrically powered car with a soul, but we didn’t realise how big a soul it had. At first, we tried to piece together what all the fuss was about, but then, we discovered something that we hadn’t seen before: a very specific challenge. Even a truly electric vehicle must store the energy it needs to get you from A to B. And with batteries, the vehicle must always be in an energy deficit. As soon as we started looking at the challenge, the rest of the journey fell into place. The problem is that when it comes to on-road driving, we want speed. We want to travel the distance, not worry about the energy deficit. In other words, we’re not particularly interested in the 100 kilometre range of a single-seater. We want to see it, touch it, feel the wind in our hair as we blast along the open road. And that’s exactly what the Nexus is for. With the ability to spend more time on the road at high speed than you can in the city, it’s the supercar for those who don’t want to compromise on the experience. To get the perfect blend of power, low weight and ultimate driver engagement, we needed a whole new system. The first step was the vehicle structure itself. We wanted to avoid weighing as much as possible, and we had to find a way to keep the battery safely in place.