Nissan just unveiled its newest supercar, and it runs on batteries. Dubbed the ZEOD, for Zero Emissions On Demand, the car definitely looks like it was built for speed, thanks to its DeltaWing-style construction. And Nissan’s engineers are on the record that the ZEOD can hit 186 MPH.

“At the end of Le Mans 2014,” Nissan’s Ben Bowlby states, “we will have changed people’s perceptions of electric vehicles.” That’s the same Ben Bowlby who designed the initial DeltaWing race car, by the way, a man who just might know what he’s talking about.

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via: dvice.com