Acceleration is something of an EV party-piece. It’s the sock you stuff in the mouths of naysayers who claim that electric cars are glorified golf carts, not fun to drive, and don’t appeal to ‘car fans’.
Batteries in electric cars sometimes get a bad rap for poor energy storage, fire risk, being too bulky and far too heavy. So any innovation that reduced these issues was always likely to take the EV industry by storm.
When it comes to traditional petrol or diesel internal combustion engine cars (ICE) most drivers understand that fuel consumption is measured in either litres per 100 kilometres (L/100km) or miles per gallon (mpg).