E-Legend EL1 EV pays tribute to Audi Quattro S1

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The E-Legend EL1 EV is an 816 horsepower high-performance coupe that pays tribute to the Audi Quattro S1 rally car. Limited to 30 vehicles, the German company is expected to launch two other models inspired by rally racing.

  • E-Legend EL1 is powered by three electric motors and a 90kWh battery
  • The time of 0-100kph is claimed to be 2.8 seconds
  • Limited to 30 units

E-Legend EL1: Styling

As mentioned above, the EL1 draws inspiration from the Audi Quattro S1 rally car. The similarities start with the angular shape similar to the Quattro S1, the conspicuous flared wheel arches and the protruding engine cover with vents on the front. The LED light bar on the front bumper and the rectangular end-to-end light details across the rear present a more modern style.

This 1,680 kg car is equipped with 19-inch front wheels and 20-inch rear wheels, front and rear LED daytime running lights, custom spoilers and three-way adjustable suspension. The interior is not finished yet, but we know it will be equipped with multimedia connectivity, air conditioning and a rear-view camera.

E-Legend EL1: Mechanical details

The EL1 coupe is powered by three electric motors and obtains energy from a 90kWh battery pack, all battery packs have undisclosed sources.

E-Legend said that this rally-inspired EV has a cruising range of 400 kilometers, can complete 0-100 kilometers per hour in 2.8 seconds, and will be able to complete twice when driving in the power-consuming Sport Plus mode The Nürburgring North Circuit.

“E-Legend’s goal is to transfer emotion-driven simulated primitive instincts to the modern world,” the company said. It stated that the EL1 is “based on an ultra-light and proven carbon monocoque body”, also from an unnamed supplier.

“In the first phase of development, this car is powered by an electric motor up to 600kW [816hp] And wearing a charming dress in the style of one of the unforgettable technological marvels of the legendary rally era,” E-Legend said.

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