Ultra-Lightweight Bohema Supercar
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Praga launches its savagely beautiful ultra-lightweight Bohema Supercar. The car makers have been involved mainly with go-karts, race cars, and Dakar trucks in recent years, before venturing into street cars back in 1907. Bohema Supercar is their latest creation with a 700-horsepower heart of a Nissan GT-R.Ultra-Lightweight Bohema Supercar_04The Czech company has refrained from keeping up with electrification or getting into horsepower, acceleration, and top-speed battles. Instead, they have focused on creating a light car that literally hugs the road no matter what.Ultra-Lightweight Bohema Supercar_02Ultra-Lightweight Bohema Supercar_03 Though the Bohema weighs as much as a Formula One car, only 2 kg more than Gordon Murray’s T.50 “fan car.”  It carries enough safety features to comply with stringent street-legal standards. Oh yeah, and it has a carbon body and carbon frame! But don’t worry. Alcantara has been used to offer intrusion in the design or weight of the vehicle when it’s on the road.Ultra-Lightweight Bohema Supercar_05The Nissan GT-R’s 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 engine is sent to Litchfield Engineering and converted to a dry sump in order to fit the savagely low Bohema chassis. It is then tuned up with new turbos of even greater size to generate a whopping 700 hp, making those rear wheels spin with at least 725 Nm (535 lb-ft) of torque from 3,000 rpm all the way through 6,000 rpm when they’re connected to a Hewland sequential gearbox.Ultra-Lightweight Bohema Supercar_06The aerodynamics for this car is extremely high-quality. You could put out a picnic on the front splitter and have a picnic, park your other car under the diffusers and do your ironing, and sleep in some of the savage gaps between the front wheels. There are scoops and flaps all throughout this vehicle, meaning you don’t even have to travel 250 km/h (155 mph) to run into them. With 900 kg (1,984 lb) of downforce at that speed, once you hit 300 km/h (186 mph), you might be able to drive upside down.Ultra-Lightweight Bohema Supercar_07Praga has claimed the Bohema is “definitely an “entry-level” vehicle that’s accessible to a wider range of racing enthusiasts. The car, priced at €1.28 million (US$1.34 million), would put it in the low end of the high-end segment. It doesn’t have many features you might find on a $3 million Bugatti Chiron, and it doesn’t have as much power—celebrity chef and automotive writer Anthony Bourdain told Newsweek that he’d be only “moderately interested” in the Mercedes SLS AMG Praga Racing Edition, but he called it “a fine weapon for banging around corners.”Ultra-Lightweight Bohema Supercar_08Ultra-Lightweight Bohema Supercar_9Praga has announced that they’re going to introduce 50 of their cars. Ten will be manufactured and delivered in 2023, and the company plans to produce 20 more per year for 2020-2024. Take a look at the details in the video below.

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