The NIO EP9 is here, and who better to test drive this elite supercar (that can reach speeds of over 200 mph) than Richard Hammond? He’s eager to take it for a spin around the Eboladrome track.

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40 thoughts on “Richard Hammond Test Drives an Electric Chinese Supercar at 200 mph | The Grand Tour”

  1. The reason Hammond can drive this car is well and not the Rimac is because it’s Chinese… in other words, he can actually see over the steering wheel.

  2. Oh It's like buying a very fast horse. They keep it in the stables and get it out once in a while and rides it around a track.

  3. I doubt it’s like driving a jet engine. Jet engines actually have quite a bit of lag between pushing up the throttles and acceleration. Think turbo lag but on a much larger scale.

  4. What kind of fool would spend over a million dollars on a car they don’t even get to own?? They only get to rent it out to play with on the track for 45
    Mins to an hour before they snatch it back from you?? Just sounds like a joke by the manufacturer to see if anyone is dumb enough to actually take them up on such a ludicrous proposition?‍♂️

  5. Why does this look fake, green screened or bad CGI. And why when he accelerated did his hair blow, when all the windows are up. Which makes it seem for fake. ?

  6. China made this huh. Seems like the car world ? is dominated by their fellow Asian counterparts (Japan) and all those countries we’ve come to love that make the likes of Bugatti, McLaren, Hennessy, Porsche, etc. I always wondered if China, Could assemble a car, that’s not got the made in China reputation, with their best collective engineers, who the likes have constructed some of the most prolific structures ever created…. Would go on to astonish the world with advanced craftsmanship no one has ever seen before…. and become a top competitor in the car scene, the supercar scene, hybrid and electric ⚡️ scene. If it could make History with its statement in the vehicle industry, that puts them on the map to one of the greatest feats of mankind. Automobiles. They are a marvelous machines. -Javi

  7. I don't get it. This car has 33% more horsepower than a Model S Plaid, but takes 0.7 seconds longer to get to 60mph. Tesla must be doing something right, considering their car is a 5 seater sedan and the NIO is a dedicated sports car.

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