Hispano Suiza opened the details of his new modelFebruary 5, 2019
The revived brand Hispano Suiza showed another image of the new model – the electric grand tourer, named Carmen. The public debut of the novelty, built around a hand-made carbon monocoque, will be held at the Geneva Motor Show this spring.
The model Carmen received the name in honor of the daughter of one of Hispano Suiza’s founders, Carmen Mateu. It is known that the Grand Tourer will be equipped with a fully electric power plant, and its assembly will be arranged in Barcelona, the hometown of Hispano Suiza. The exterior of the car was conceived as a reference to the pre-war models of the brand, in particular, the 1938 H6C Dubonnet Xenia coupe.
Assembling machines will QEV Technologies. This Spanish company specializes in the engineering of electric cars, developing whale kits for converting cars from ICE to eco-mobiles and provides technological support to Formula E teams. For example, Indian Mahindra Racing.
Hispano Suiza presented its last car in 2010. At the Geneva Motor Show, the company brought a supercar built on Audi R8 units. Dvuhdverka received a completely new body and two electric turbocharger. The impact of its 5.2-liter V10 was 749 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque.
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