Czechs have created an electric sports car in the style of the 1960sApril 6, 2018
The Czech company MW Motors presented the electric coupe Luka EV, made in the spirit of the famous sports cars of the 1950s and 1960s
The Czech company MW Motors presented its first project called Luka EV. They became an electric sports car made in the style of famous models of the 50’s and 60’s, including Karmann Ghia, Aston Martin DB4 and Mercedes-Benz 190 SL.
Luka EV, built on an aluminum chassis, is equipped with four electric units with a capacity of 16.8 hp – one in each wheel. In total, the engines produce 67 horsepower. The electric car, whose weight was only 815 kilograms, can accelerate from a place to 100 kilometers per hour in 9.6 seconds.
The engines are powered by a set of batteries with a capacity of 21.9 kWh, which allow you to travel without recharging up to 300 kilometers. You can replenish the stock of batteries by 80% in just one hour.
The company noted that technical data may eventually change, as the car continues to be tested. At the same time, as the developers stated, Luka EV has already passed crash tests. Terms of serial release are not yet called.