The two main engines of the Karts are essentially identical.
One has an 875hp (750kW) V6 and the other a 2.5-liter V8.
The difference between the engines is that the engine is an advanced hybrid.
This means that it can produce an extra 10 to 15 percent power than the gasoline engine when running on electricity.
In practice, the K-cars have only been around for a short time, but it will make a big difference to how quickly the sport grows in popularity.
The first K-car to debut was the K3, which was the first electric vehicle to compete in the European Touring Car Championship (ETC) from 2009 to 2013.
The car went on to be the winner of the World Endurance Championship (WEC) in 2017 and is a favorite of the Formula E race team.
However, it has been a long time coming for the K2 to take the crown.
The first electric K2 was built in 2005, which made it the first car to be officially licensed by the FIA.
It was followed by the K4, which has a power output of 1,100hp (1,200kW), and the K5, which is powered by a 1,050hp (999kW).
These K2s were only produced on the European continent for a year, however, and in the US, they were only sold to customers at the beginning of 2018.
However, the FIA has said that it will eventually have a global production facility, which could include the K8, which will go on sale in 2020.
The new K8 will be an all-electric K2 with a 3,000hp (2,400kW)—a bit more powerful than the K1.
The new K2 is also powered by an electric motor that will produce the same 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint as the K7 and K8.
The engine also has an electric battery, which helps to power the car while on the road.
However in practice, we can only speculate that this means the K9 and K10 will also get an electric powertrain.