• Veritas RSIII Roadster plug-in hybrid. Photo by Translogic.

    We don't spend much time covering single-seat speed machines like the Veritas RSIII Roadster here on Green Car Reports. But the previously gasoline-centric performance car crowd is quickly coming around to the remarkable acceleration benefits of stored electricity. The latest example? Veritas is planning a hybrid version of its startling supercar, providing both a top speed of 205 miles per hour and up to 30 miles of all-electric range. The RSIII hybrid uses the same 507-horsepower V-10 engine (from the BMW M5 sedan), driving the rear wheels, as the standard Roadster. A lithium-ion battery...

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