Bertone will be revived for the release of the electric supercarDecember 30, 2018
The right to use the legendary name was given to the company Dianchè
The newly formed company Dianchè, part of the British holding Flymove, will revive the name Bertone. As part of the agreement with AKKA Technologies, which now owns the rights to the brand, she will use this name for her own line of electric cars.
At the top of the line is an electric supercar Dianchè Bertone BSS GT Cube with 300-kilowatt electric motors on each axis. The 816-strong coupe will accelerate to 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) in 2.2 seconds, and its maximum speed will be 350 kilometers per hour.
The younger version – Dianchè Bertone BSS GT One – will receive a power plant with a capacity of 408 hp and will be able to accelerate to 300 kilometers per hour. Test prototype sports car will begin in March next year.
Also in the lineup Dianchè will be two electric sitikara: BSS City Car Cube and BSS City Car One. Both will be different “configurable body pads”, installed in the center of the driver’s seat and the system “hot” battery replacement. Instead of charging stations, Dianchè will build a network of service centers, where the battery can be changed in three minutes.
Bertone showed its last show-atelier in 2012. They became the prototype of Nuccio, timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the company. The car was created on the Ferrari F430 units, and its design reflects the wedge-shaped style of the 70-x concept: in particular, the Lancia Stratos Zero and Lamborghini Bravo. In 2014, Bertone filed for bankruptcy.
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