Revived Hispano Suiza showed 1020-strong supercar in the style of the 1930sMarch 6, 2019
At the Geneva Motor Show, the Hispano Suiza Carmen electric car premiered for 1.5 million euros.
The reborn brand Hispano Suiza introduced the electric supercar Carmen, the body of which is a reference to the classic cars of the Spanish company of the 1930s. The premiere was held at the Geneva Motor Show.
On each rear wheel of the car is installed on two electric motors, which together develop 1020 horsepower. The coupe can accelerate from the spot to the first 100 km/h in less than three seconds, and its maximum speed is forcibly limited to 250 km per hour. A set of lithium-ion batteries allows you to travel up to 400 kilometers without recharging.
The design of the car is widely used composite materials, so the mass of the supercar was 1,690 kilograms. For comparison: Tesla Model S electric car weighs about 2.5 tons.
In the interior used leather with hand stitching, as well as Alcantara, aluminum and natural wood. The Carmen infotainment system and other vehicle systems are controlled by a 10.1-inch touchscreen display.
Hispano Suiza Carmen will be released in Barcelona. In total, 19 copies of the electric supercar will be built, each of which will cost 1.5 million euros.
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