This 2006 Honda S2000 called “Model S2000” was built with help from three companies, Véhicules Électriques Simon André, Institut du véhicule innovant (IVI), and 057 Technology. The roadster features a Tesla Model S P100D electric motor, subframe, and brakes. The modified motor makes 636 horsepower (475kW) and 480 lb-ft (650 Nm) of torque. The car uses two 2017 Chevy Volt 18.4 kWh battery packs and Parker MD4-10 controller. They chose the Volt batteries because of their higher discharge rate than Tesla batteries. The team recently took the car to the drag strip where it went 0-60 mph in 2.39 sec, eight-mile in 6.444 sec at 106.4 mph, and quarter-mile in 10.243 sec at 126.3 mph. The team plans on reaching the 9’s next year.
Source: Electrek and Institut du véhicule innovant (IVI)