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Entropy EVSR Breaks Electric Hill Climb Record

by Paul Strauss

Take a ride along to the top of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington in an electric race car. During the recent Subaru Climb to the Clouds driver Tim O’Neil took Entropy Racing’s whisper quiet EVSR pure electric through the course in nearly  just 7 minutes, 28.92 seconds, the fastest time recorded to date in an electric vehicle. While that time is more than a minute slower than the fastest conventional automobile to do the same (a 2013 Subaru WRX STi), it’s still an impressive time for the twisty 7.4-mile uphill run – and Tim did it without making any noise.

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And in case you’re interested in checking out Subaru’s record-breaking run:


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