The two-seater vehicle, which was designed to handle itself well on the track, but can also be used on public roads, is expected to reach its first customers by the end of next year. The old Czech company has revealed what the pre-production edition of their ultra-sports model Bohema looks like, in the development and testing of which former Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean took part.
In Prague, for the two-seater Bohema, which will be able to be used on public roads, they say that on the track it achieves the times achieved by racing cars from the GT3 category, and the wide and low carbon body hides a centrally located 3.8-liter biturbo V6 engine from the current Nissan GT-R.
700 horsepower and 725 Nm of maximum torque
The engine in this story develops 700 horsepower and 725 Nm of maximum torque, which is distributed to the rear axle by a sequential gearbox from the shelves of the Hewland company, and the latest tests have shown that Praga's car (whose body looks mostly reminiscent of prototypes that are driven in races endurance) develops more than 300 km/h.
Acceleration data has not been released. In the case of the car standing in an open field, or in the case of the car being on the track, the acceleration is staggering. The pressure you feel inside your head and body is still frighteningly on the edge of your ability to deal with the situation, even if it cannot quite match the instant torque and the all-wheel traction of the Nevera.
As much as this long-term EV advocate has loved the noise and ferocity of the performance, the hiss and flutter from the turbos' wastegates just add to the character in this age of electric vehicles. The space in the minimalist cabin will be enough for two people whose height does not exceed two meters, and there is also space for two helmets.
Praga plans to make only 89 examples, the first ten examples will be ready for delivery in the second half of next year, and 1.28 million euros should be allocated for Bohema (whose weight is only 982 kilograms).