Spanish Hispano Suiza Fabrica de Autom?viles, owned by the family of the founder of the original “Spanish-Suiza” Damian Mateu, will show in Geneva “charged” version of the electric Grand Tourer Carmen. The novelty will receive the signboard Boulogne, in honor of the pre-war racing cars that participated in competitions George Boillot Cup.
No details about driverscom Grand turere Hispano Suiza does not report, indicating only that the version of Boulogne prepared by the office of special projects Tailormade and from a conventional electric vehicle differs in design, refer to historical racing models.
According to the technique, probably, there will be no change, and therefore the power plant – two electric motors on the rear axle with a total capacity of 750 kW (1020 HP) and T-shaped lithium-polymer battery with a capacity of 80 kWh liquid-cooled – will remain the same.
For a regular “Carmen” claimed acceleration to first “hundred” in less than three seconds and a top speed of 250 kilometers per hour; without recharging retroscope drove about 400 kilometers. And hardly these parameters change significantly for Carmen Boulogne.
The debut of the Hispano Suiza Carmen hosted last spring. Externally, the car is similar to Dubonnet Xenia 1930-ies, and received its name in honor of the granddaughter of one of the founders of the original “Spanish-Suiza” Carmen Mateu. Results will be released 19 copies Hispano Suiza Carmen. Production will be engaged in Spanish QEV Technologies, which specializiruetsya on the engineering of electric vehicles and the development of kit-kits for conversion of cars with internal combustion engines in the eco.
Price Carmen will be 1.5 million euros.