Startup Baltasar Cars from Barcelona has declassified its debut creation on the Web – the Revolt electric track car. The name hints at a “revolution”, the developers themselves argue about it, although they do not offer anything radically new. The car is based on a tubular frame, body panels are made of carbon fiber, two electric motors are installed on the rear axle with a total output of 507 hp. and 1000 Nm. They accelerate a 770-kilogram barquette from zero to a hundred in 2.5 seconds.
An open car brings to mind lightweight track cars like Zenos, ATS or Lotus 3-Eleven, only now the electric drive is in vogue. A close analogue of the beginner is the Bulgarian Kinetik 07.
The illustrations show a typical racing suspension with push rods and horizontal shock absorbers.
Side air intakes help cool the electric motor compartment, air exits through the rear panel. The CFRP cabin features racing bucket seats, a small center screen, a detachable steering wheel with setting switches, and a CCS charging port on the front.
Baltasar Cars has created almost all the components on its own, except for the 700-volt 250-kilogram battery supplied by the Spanish company Millor. The total power reserve is unknown, but this is not critical, since the car should mainly inhabit the circuit. But from the DC column, the Revolt traction battery can be filled up to 100 km in five minutes. However, the barquette is also allowed on public roads. The Spaniards opened the reception of orders. Baltasar Revolt costs 230,000 euros.