Spanish firm Hispano Suiza Fábrica de Automóviles will demonstrate at the Geneva motor show “charged” modification of the electric Grand Tourer Carmen.
New model will get a signboard Boulogne, in honor of the pre-war racing cars that participated in competitions George Boillot Cup.
Details about driverkey Grand turere Hispano Suiza no, it is known that the variation of Boulogne was prepared by the office of special projects Tailormade and from a simple electric car is design, which refers to historic racing models of the brand.
On the technical side, most likely, will not change, so the power unit – 2 electric motor on the rear axle with total capacity of 1020 HP and T-shaped lithium-ion battery 80 kW/h with liquid cooling – will remain the same.
A simple “Carmen” can accelerate to 100 km/h in less than 3 seconds to accelerate to 250 km/h for a distance of approximately 400 km on one charge. Moreover, it is unlikely the figures will change dramatically for Carmen Boulogne.
It should be emphasized that Carmen sold at a cost of 1.5 million euros.