Electric vehicle technology is advancing by leaps and bounds. You can't deny the appeal of not using gasoline, so Genovation has unveiled an all-electric Chevrolet Corvette. They had an amazing display next to our booth at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale, so our team found themselves bewildered by the car. It is based on a late-model Z06, except instead of the supercharged V8, it has two AC motors fed by 800 volts. Most production electric cars are based on a 400-volt system, so doubling the voltage allows for lighter components and more efficient power delivery. This all adds up to a cruising range of 175 miles and a top speed over 200 mph. This is achieved by retaining the stock Corvette 7-speed manual or the 8-speed automatic transmission. Electric motors don't need gear reduction, but the Corvette's gearbox is part of the rear suspension, and it allows the engine rpm to be optimized to a lower operating RPM.