Praga releases teaser for its new supercar
Praga, a Czech engineering company founded a little over 100 years ago, is preparing to come up with a new low-volume supercar. The brand presents the...
Praga, a Czech engineering company founded a little over 100 years ago, is preparing to come up with a new low-volume supercar. The brand presents the first teaser image of the vehicle and is also releasing a video before its official debut on November 23. Let's see what we know about him...
Praga Cars states that the vehicle will be legal on the roads, but will focus on maximum performance when it comes to the track. The automaker says it will distribute the car worldwide, but says only 12 examples will be offered in its first year of production. It is not yet known whether we will see more units in the coming years.
The brand says that the supercar, which you can view in the cover photo of our news, will knock on our door with a striking appearance. According to the information received, this beauty will continue to live in harmony with the road, although it will focus more on aerodynamics and track performance.
Praga Cars has confirmed claims that the supercar will be powered by gasoline. According to what was said in the backstage, although the technical details are not known for now, this monster, which will most likely come with a gasoline internal combustion engine, may have carbon fiber components in the body part.
As we come to the end of our news, we would like to state that the development of the new model is still ongoing and Praga Cars has no connection with the Praga R1 track racing car. The handcrafted car was introduced about 10 years ago when it featured a four-cylinder, naturally aspirated 2.0-liter Renault engine producing 213 horsepower and 220 Nm of torque.
On this occasion, we can state that this supercar will most likely have a larger size and a larger engine. Praga Cars states that at this stage, both vehicles will share their basic structures and power-to-weight ratio.