"The unit generates 15 kW of electric power at 5,000 rpm, but can be scaled up to 25 kW at 7,000 rpm. A slightly bigger version of the rotary engine, displacing 0.357L, can produce 36 kW at 7,000 rpm, while a double-rotor engine could deliver 50 kW.
The Mini test vehicle uses a 10 kWh lithium-ion battery and can travel 19 miles (30 km) on a single charge. With its 2.6-gallon (10L) fuel tank and 15-kW rotary, range is extended to at least 124 miles (200 km), AVL says in a technical paper. It gets to 62 mph (100 km/h) from a dead stop in 12 seconds....."
Awesome numbers for something that's in such early stages of development.
1966 Mustang GT silver frost with full exhaust, ignition, edelbrock intake with 650 Holly, 289 w/ 3 speed auto (for now)
2005 RX-8tu, blue with everything but nav. TEIN S-tech, home made intake, stock exhaust.
2001 MR2 2003 350Z 2002 MR2