The first car ever to break 100 kmh (62mph) barrier was an electric car. The 1899 speed record of La Jamais Contente held for three years, until the reign of combustion engines started.
The largest electric vehicle on Earth, a monster dump truck, never has to recharge because it moves uphill empty but downhill full, and regenerative braking with a full load provides enough electricity for it to go uphill again.
Electric cars are so quiet, they’re required by law to produce artificial noise that mimics conventional engines to avoid pedestrians from getting hurt.
Wireless phone chargers use resonant inductive coupling which Tesla tried to use to provide free wireless electricity and may be used to create roads that can charge electric cars.
Owning an electric car in Norway grants you free public parking, free ferry trips, and the right to drive in bus lanes.
In 1908 there were electric cars capable of racing 100 miles with a single charge.