The most frightening machine in Geneva was the modular sports car SinMarch 7, 2018
British company Sin Cars presented a modular sports car S1 at the Geneva Motor Show. The machine can be configured for any task, for example, for use on ordinary roads or a track, and also to choose any body design for it.
At the heart of the Sin S1 is a tubular chassis, on which the necessary components are hung. In this case, additional nodes can be reinstalled to the already existing modification of the sports car. When using the machine on the track, you can choose between a powerful coupe or a configuration with an open cockpit in the style of Caterham.
The S1 engine is represented by a gasoline, hybrid and fully electric installation. Standard internal combustion engines are units of 2.0 and 3.5 liters capacity of 255 and 365 horsepower. With them the sports car can accelerate to “hundreds” for 2.8 and 2.5 seconds respectively.
The hybrid unit consists of a 2.0-liter turbo engine, an electric motor with a power of 120 horsepower and a battery pack with a capacity of 64 kilowatt-hours. Total return – up to 450 horsepower.
The beginning of production of Sin S1 is scheduled for 2019. The price is from 49,900 dollars.