Sleek racecar with an aerodynamic design and a Tesla engine

Bandit9 Monaco Racecar Tesla Engine
Bandit9 Monaco is a sleek speed demon of a racecar. Images © Bandit9

The future of electric cars has arrived, and it’s fast. The Bandit9 Monaco is the latest model to join the electric car revolution. Thanks to its next-level technology, Monaco can deliver a range of 250 miles on a single charge, while also delivering maximum performance. An electric car that can achieve 0 to 60 km/h in less than 3 seconds, instant maximum torque at 0 RPM, and a top speed of over 250 km/h? Sounds unbelievable, but with Bandit9, it’s a reality.

The Bandit9 Monaco: A Hypercar

A lot of things, like comfort and technology, are included in new sports cars. However, they don’t excel at any one thing. Drivers are becoming increasingly dependent on these benefits. First, there was cruise control, then there was autopilot. Even if you don’t know where you are, GPS can locate you. You’re barely driving; just call an Uber. The Monaco purifies the sports car and restores the concentration, skill, and enjoyment of driving by removing all the frills. What’s left is one of the fastest cars in history driven by a real race car driver.


If something didn’t contribute to performance, it was eliminated. If it did contribute to performance, it was made small, light, and efficient. It’s simple to add; it’s hard to remove.

Described as a “muscle car on steroids”, the Monaco is powered by the same electric engine and LFP batteries as a Tesla Model S, producing over 536 horsepower and 445 lb-ft of torque, reaching 60 mph in 2.7 seconds, and traveling 250 miles on a single charge. Muscle cars are rarely as quick or as tough as the Bandit9 Monaco.

Bandit9 Monaco Racecar Full View
The Monaco’s aerodynamic profile reduces air-resistance resulting in higher speed and range.

Race cars are not designed to be entirely aerodynamically efficient; in fact, aerodynamics are just one of the factors that determines their performance. Downforce (credible grip and handling), friction (sliding), and keeping the car from overflowing are all crucial to keep your car running properly and cool throughout the race. That’s exactly what the Monaco’s doing.

Bandit9 Monaco Racecar Full Back View
Powered by the same electric engine and LFP batteries as a Tesla Model S, the Monaco goes 0-60 in 2.7 secs.

Every Monaco comes with an at-home charging station. It’s quick, flexible, attractive, and the least expensive way to recharge your Monaco. Additionally, Tesla has opened up its Superchargers to all electric vehicles, allowing you to drive cross-country.

Final thoughts

The automobile has gone through a lot of changes since its inception in the late 19th century. From being a luxury item back then, it has evolved into a necessity that is used by everyone. Now, with disruptive technologies such as IoT, AI, and connected cars being introduced, it is only natural that the way people drive, buy, and own cars will also change.

During this transformative period, one thing, in particular, has remained constant: speed continues to rule them all. The Bandit9 Monaco aims to combine the adrenaline rush of traditional racing with the sophisticated, high-octane action of modern-day car racing. It’s a fusion of the past and present, bringing people of all ages together to experience a new kind of thrill. Just pure, unadulterated acceleration. An all-new kind of racing, for a new generation of thrill seekers.

Source: Bandit9