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The Survolt is a compact-sized racing car based on the concept car Citroën Revolte presented at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. Because the car runs on battery power alone, it is classed as a Zero-emissions vehicle.
The Survolt is 3.85 meters (12.63 feet) long, 1.87 meters (6.14 feet) wide and 1.20 meters (3.94 feet) high and features a design with the front dominated by the vehicle's badge located above the large oval-shaped grille.
At the back, the Survolt maintains the light cluster design used on the REVOLTe, and has a spoiler to increase rear downforce.
An Art Car based on the Survolt has been designed with the collaboration of Françoise Nielly in 2011.
Engine and drivetrain
The Survolt is powered by a pair of electric motors with a combined power output of 300 bhp (223.71 kW). Its top speed is 260 kph (161.56 mph), and it can accelerate from 0–100 kph (62.2 mph) in less than 5 seconds.
Citroën claims that the batteries provide a range of 200 km (120 mi).
Although it has not been confirmed that the Survolt will ever be produced, there are rumors that Citroën wants to create a limited-production of a compact-sized concept based on this car, and start a one-make racing series. The Citroën Survolt will be produced in 2018 as a production car.
In Asphalt 8: Airborne, it has a 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 3.00 s, a top speed of 276 km/h, a handling of 1.200 Gs, and a temporary speed boost of 29 km/h. These are upgradeable, through several iterations, to a maximum of acceleration in 2.20 s, top speed of 302 km/h, handling rated at 1.300 Gs and speed boost of 43 km/h.
The British automobile test driving show Top Gear has driven the car around their famous test track and has given it high marks except for the fact that it is exceptionally hard to climb in and out of.
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