Praga, the Czech Republic-based automaker, launched a teaser of its upcoming hypercar earlier this month. You could have additionally seen pictures of a prototype noticed on the Slovakia Ring. We are able to now affirm that the brand new mannequin is named the ‘Praga Bohema’.
Little is thought in regards to the Bohema hypercar. Nevertheless, we’ve been in a position to dig out some data due to individuals within the know. We’ve been informed, the automotive will probably be powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 from the Nissan GT-R. It’s mentioned to have been tuned to 700 hp and 538 lb-ft of torque. Extra importantly, Praga has set a goal weight of 982 kg. It appears bold however not unimaginable, because the automotive is more likely to be primarily based on a light-weight carbon monocoque.
By way of its styling, the Praga Bohema seems to be virtually like an LMP2 race automotive. It has an aggressive aero package deal that includes an ultra-low entrance finish and a big rear spoiler with a central exhaust. There are large air channels behind the entrance fenders, which remind us of the Aston Martin Valkyrie.
The inside of the Bohema is anticipated to be purely driver-focused, with fewer creature comforts. That being mentioned, it is going to be road authorized, so anticipate primary options like air-conditioning, an infotainment system and a charging port for the cellphone.