At just 838-pounds, the electric-powered Opel RAK e “features visible chassis components, such as the wheel-integrated front disk brakes and the motorbike-derived rear swing-arm; the rear wheels enhance agility with a tread width of only 600 mm.” No word yet on pricing or availability. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading to see it in-action.

After charging the battery for three hours, the experimental vehicle can travel up to 100 km (61 miles). Due to the combination of low weight, minimal frontal area, low rolling resistance, and highly efficient electric propulsion.

[via SeriousWheels]

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