The network presented the original hypercar Vision 1789September 20, 2020
Designers of the French studio Vision Automobiles Paris have developed renders of a wild hypercar for Le Mans.
The imaginary car was named Vision 1789, and it, as its creators note, runs on biomethane and could move not only on the racing track, but also on public roads.
The hypercar stands out for its sleek and futuristic shape. The front part is decorated with standard headlights and a protruding splitter. In addition, the car is equipped with original wheels and an elongated windshield that covers almost the entire front suspension.
The car on the renders has cameras instead of side mirrors, unusual sidewalls to improve aerodynamics, and an overall rear diffuser with a transparent section and a thin LED strip.
As for the interior of the hypercar, it is as original as the exterior. In the cabin, it is worth noting the presence of custom seats with head restraints stretching down from the roof, as well as a steering wheel inspired by motorsport models and a large digital screen.
In addition, it was recently noted that the French company Peugeot showed off a high-performance road car that will take part in the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race. The 671-horsepower car got an electric front axle.
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