Top 10 EV Supercars Around the World

July 18, 2023 2:30 AM

By: MPH Team

As we traverse further into the 21st century, a new breed of hypercars is rapidly transforming the automotive landscape. These vehicles, powered not by petrol, but electricity, are breaking speed barriers, redefining performance, and making sustainability undeniably stylish. This year, we've witnessed a spectacular showcase of EV innovation, as manufacturers around the globe unveil their electric marvels, and in some instances, hybrids hinting at the exciting future of full electrification. 


So buckle up and join us as we take an electrifying tour through the fastest EV supercars around the world in 2023.


  1. Rimac Nevera 

Sitting at the zenith is the Croatian marvel, the Rimac Nevera. With a breath-taking top speed of 258 mph and an astonishing 0-60 mph acceleration time of 1.85 seconds, the Nevera owes its prowess to four electric motors generating a combined 1,914 horsepower. Its elegance in design, coupled with the aforementioned performance metrics, is a testament to Rimac's extraordinary engineering capabilities.





  1. Aspark Owl

The Aspark Owl hails from the Land of the Rising Sun. This Japanese supercar boasts a top speed of 248 mph and a 0-60 mph time of just 1.69 seconds, thanks to its power output of 1,984 horsepower. Making it one of the most expensive electric hypercars in the world, The Aspark Owl holds a price tag of $4.2 million in the US. With this phenomenal speed and power, the Owl has set new standards for electric supercar performance.





  1. Lotus Evija

The Lotus Evija, a prime example of British innovation, strikes a balance between speed, power, and aesthetics. With a top speed of 217 mph, a sub-three-second 0-60 mph acceleration time, and a combined output of 1,972 horsepower from its four electric motors, the Evija exudes traditional Lotus charm while firmly stepping into the future.




Pininfarina Battista

Italy's fastest EV, the Pininfarina Battista, combines exquisite design and blistering speed, with a top speed of 217 mph. Powered by a 1,900 horsepower electric motor, the Battista races from 0-60 mph in under two seconds, showcasing Italian craftsmanship in a whole new light.






Tesla Roadster (2022)

A list of fastest EVs would be incomplete without a nod to Tesla, and the 2022 Roadster, with a top speed of over 250 mph, is an impressive contender. This electric powerhouse takes a mere 1.9 seconds to hit 60 mph from a standstill, all thanks to its Plaid powertrain, which generates over 1,000 horsepower.






Moving to the Far East, China's NIO EP9 is an embodiment of electrified power. Its 1,341 horsepower output enables the EP9 to reach a top speed of 217 mph, while ensuring a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 2.7 seconds.






Drako GTE

Hailing from the heart of Silicon Valley, the Drako GTE is a formidable contender. Armed with four electric motors producing a combined 1,200 horsepower, the GTE attains a top speed of 206 mph. It uses a sophisticated algorithm to adjust torque at each wheel 1,000 times every second, allowing for unprecedented handling and responsiveness.






Audi RS e-Tron GT

From the renowned German automaker Audi, comes the RS e-Tron GT. This EV supercar, which hits a top speed of 155 mph and accelerates from 0-60 mph in just 3.1 seconds, is both a display of engineering excellence and a testament to Audi's dedication to a sustainable future. Two electric motors power the RS e-Tron GT, offering a combined output of 637 horsepower.



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Mercedes-Benz EQS AMG

Another German marvel, the Mercedes-Benz EQS AMG, is a perfect blend of luxury and performance. The EQS AMG offers up to 751 horsepower in boost mode and a top speed of 155 mph. Its 0-60 mph acceleration time of less than 3.4 seconds is an indication of the potency beneath the hood of this sleek and comfortable sedan turned supercar.





Porsche Taycan Turbo S

The Porsche Taycan Turbo S, with its heritage of speed and performance, has a adapted masterfully to the EV era. Achieving a top speed of 161 mph and accelerating from 0-60 mph in a mere 2.6 seconds, the Taycan Turbo S uses dual electric motors to churn out up to 750 horsepower.





Honorable Mention: Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4

While the Countach LPI 800-4 isn't a fully electric vehicle, it's an important step in Lamborghini's path towards electrification. It's a plug-in hybrid, combining a 6.5-liter V12 engine with a 48-volt electric motor to generate 803 horsepower. The electric motor assists the V12, particularly at low speeds, providing instant torque and making the car more responsive. It can accelerate from 0-62 mph in just 2.8 seconds and can reach a top speed of 221 mph.


Lamborghini has announced its plans to launch its first all-electric car in the second half of this decade. With their history of creating exceptional performance cars, it will certainly be exciting to see a fully electric supercar from Lamborghini in the future.





These remarkable feats of engineering are propelling us into a new era of speed and sustainability, breaking boundaries previously associated with electric vehicles. The high-performance EV segment is becoming more compelling year after year, indicating an exhilarating, electrified future in the world of supercars.


As we move towards this electrifying future, it is evident that these pioneers are not only matching the exhilarating performance and breathtaking speeds of traditional combustion-engine supercars, but often surpassing them, all while offering a more sustainable mode of transportation. As we witness the EV revolution, we can only anticipate what more electrifying surprises the future holds for the supercar realm. To discover a fresh new inventory of handpicked supercars to add to your growing collection, visit

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