From the old Alfa Romeo GT Junior 1300 made a unique restomodeMarch 30, 2020
The tuning company is finishing work on the GT Junior Restomod – an electric car with carbon fiber, the engine power of which will be 518 hp. Acceleration to 100 km / h in 3.4 seconds, range of 320.26 km.
Totem Automobili has a project to create the classic Alfa Romeo GT Junior 1300. The machine will receive an electric power plant with an impressive power of 518 horsepower (940 Nm). This allows the coupe to accelerate to 100 km / h in about 3.4 seconds.
The battery has a capacity of 50.4 kWh, and according to Totem Automobili, it should provide a range of 320 kilometers. The battery weighs only 350 kg.
Due to the widespread use of carbon fiber, overall restomode weight reduction will be achieved. It is reported that in total, only 10 percent of the original car chassis is left.
Instead of the original double wishbone front suspension, Totem Automobili decided to use MacPherson struts with Bilstein Clubsport coilovers. As an option, the company offers air suspension. At the back there is a new subframe that holds the electric motor, as well as an aluminum multi-link suspension.
The company also worked on the original appearance of the car. Now the hood fits snugly to the body, rather than slightly bending over the front. Instead of two large headlights, smaller lamps are located below them. The car received forged 17-inch rims in the style of a GTAm race car.
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