e-Wolf e2: A Ferrari Enzo-Faced, All-Electric German Supercar with 536HP

Lately it seems as if new electric car proposals are coming in left and right, and not only from volume brands. The e2 is the work of a German firm called e-Wolf, which currently builds the e1, a lightweight one-seater sports car with a 110kW / 147HP electric motor that recalls the Lotus Seven. The company released a set of renderings along with initial specs of the 'e2' that is scheduled to be formally introduced onto the market sometime in 2011.

The two seater's exterior appearance looks a fusion of styling traits from an array of supercar models including the Ferrari Enzo (especially up front), various Lamborghinis and even the Spada Conatronca concept.

e-Wolf said that the car will weigh in at around 900kg or 1,985 lbs with power being provided by four 100kW / 134HP electric motors, one for each wheel (just like Audi's e-Tron concept), delivering a combined peak torque of close to 1,000Nm or 737.6 lb-ft.

The battery that powers the four motors is said to give the German supercar a range of around 300km or 187 miles. According to the company's claims, the battery can be charged in a little over half an hour. More details on the e2 are to be released in the very near future.