Tough one, since the Nissan GT-R manages 16/23 MPG and I am not into trucks, buses, or European cars.
@tom_g You will be happy to know that a pure-electric car can usually beat most sports cars at the drag strip. Sure, the $90k GT-R can do 0–60 in 2.9 seconds with a ¼-mile time of 11.2 seconds, but the far cheaper White Zombie can do 0–60 in ~1.8s and the ¼-mile in 10.2s. Needless to say, when someone in a Dodge Viper brags about having almost 600 ft-lbs of torque, I have to laugh because the White Zombie has >1250.
@Hypocrisy_Central I know of people who have built one from the ground up; frame, body, and all. Done that way, you can make it look however you want. Wayland was a little lazy taking a ‘72 Datsun as a base car, but it did make it easier to register. See, scratch-built vehicles are hard to be certified as “street legal”, but the _White Zombie” is a daily driver… that just happens to be the world’s fastest/quickest vehicle in it’s drag racing class.
Some of us have to drive trucks to carry things for work. Wish the auto manufacturers would make more mileage efficient trucks . . . or that mileage efficient smaller vehicles had better ground clearance to drive off-road.