Italians have created the world’s fastest hybrid vehicle
By February 22nd, 2009Sunday, February 22, 2009 8:07 on
The Italian automotive design house, have presented the first concept of a hybrid vehicle that it will become the world’s fastest. The new prototype, called Frazer Nash, will enrich the list of world premieres at Auto Salon in Geneva and will become, in the event that will be produced in series, a serious competitor for Fisker Karma.
The teaser presented by Giugiaro indicate the preservation of a design line adopted by the Italians in the last period. The new concept has a V6 gasoline engine of 3.3 liters and two electric propellers. The total power developed reaches 200 kW.
This model developed by Giugiaro is able to get in 4.05 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h. Maximum speed is also high – 300 km / h, in conditions in which CO2 emissions reach only 50 g / km.
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