Slovenes released the “lightest in the world” hypercarAugust 21, 2019
The Slovenian company Tushek introduced the TS 900 H Apex hypercar, which developers call the lightest car in its segment. The mass of new items amounted to 1410 kilograms. For example, the mass of the recently debuted Lotus Evija is 1,680 kg, and the Ferrari SF90 Stradale weighs 1,570 kilograms.
Tushek TS 900 H Apex is made on the basis of an ultralight tubular chassis made of chrome-molybdenum steel and a body made of composite materials. A special feature of the car was special guillotine-type doors, as well as a removable roof, upon dismantling of which the car turns into a “targu”.
The novelty is set in motion by a hybrid power plant, created on the basis of a 4.2-liter V8 engine mounted on the rear. The internal combustion engine is paired with two electric motors. In total, the units give out 963 liters. with. and 1400 Nm of torque.
Tushek TS 900 H Apex is able to accelerate from standstill to the first “hundred” in 2.5 seconds, and its maximum speed was 380 km per hour.
The public premiere of the hypercar will be held in London in early September 2019. Prices for the new product are not yet called.
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