If there’s anything that the electric car market has taught us, it’s that under the right circumstances, electric cars can go fast. Blazingly fast even. The Tesla Model S with its 2.9-second, 0-to-60-mph acceleration time has proven that. Financial problems notwithstanding, the Faraday FF91 has also shown its performance mettle, most recently when it posted an impressive finish time of 11:25.082 at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. If anybody needs more proof of the capabilities of these new wave electric cars, Lucid’s Air electric sedan makes an incredible case for itself after posting a top speed of 235.44 mph during a recent high-speed test at Ohio’s Transportation Research Center.