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A unique electric car has broken the speed record on the 2022 Goodwood Hillclimb Trackan annual demonstration of racing vehicles in the UK.

Driven by ex-F2 driver Max Chilton, the so-called McMurtry Spierling set a new record of 39.08 seconds on the 1.86 km course. This shaved about 0.8 seconds off the previous record holder, the Volkswagen ID.R.

And, for your enjoyment, here’s footage of the Spierling breaking the record:

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The ’90s Batmobile-esque design isn’t the Spierling’s only distinguishing element. The racing vehicle is also a fan car — an additional technology that enhances motorsport haven’t seen you for a while

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