Hispano Suiza introduced a “charged” variation of the 1019-horsepower electric carmen CarmenFebruary 10, 2020
The Spanish company Hispano Suiza Fábrica de Automóviles will demonstrate a “charged” modification of the Carmen electric grand tourer at the Geneva auto show. The new model will acquire the Boulogne nameplate, in honor of the pre-war racing cars that participated in the George Boillot Cup competitions.
There are no details about Hispano Suiza driver’s grand tour, it’s known that the Toulormade special projects department prepared the Boulogne variation and differs from the simple electric car in a design that refers to the brand’s historic racing models.
In the technical part, most likely, there will be no changes, which means the power unit – 2 electric motors on the rear axle with a total capacity of 1020 hp and a 80 kWh liquid-cooled T-shaped lithium-ion battery – will remain the same.
A simple Carmen can accelerate to 100 km / h in less than 3 seconds, accelerate to 250 km / h and drive about 400 km on a single charge. And it is unlikely that these figures will change dramatically for Carmen Boulogne.
It should be emphasized that Carmen is sold at a cost of 1.5 million euros
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