Tried and Examined by Ben Collins, the Praga Bohema is a V6-powered road-legal hypercar with a power-to-weight ratio higher than a totally fledged Le Mans racer.
“This Summer time I travelled throughout Europe and the Center East showcasing the Praga Bohema to clients and sharing the distinctive expertise it delivers. Because the automobile goes into manufacturing we’re one step nearer to seeing these unbelievable automobiles in clients’ palms on the road, on the monitor and doing what they had been made for 2024 will probably be a really particular 12 months for Praga and their clients.” – Ben Collins.
Praga’s Bohema is a beguiling mid-engine two-seater based on a carbon fibre monocoque and physique purposed to offer the feeling of a hot-blooded track-focused race automobile on common roads. At its core is a 3.8-litre six-cylinder powerplant able to producing 582 kW and 725 N.m from 3000 r/min to 6000 r/min, fed to the road-legal hypercar’s rear wheels. Regardless of the rear-wheel-drive configuration, Praga claims its extraterrestrial-esque hypercar can dash from a standstill to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds. On account of the carbon fibre development, the Bohema weighs 982 kg. The aggressive bodywork and aerodynamic design enable the Bohema to generate 900 kg of downforce at 250 km/h!
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Bred for peak efficiency, the inside of the Bohema is as excessive as its exterior. The inside is characterised by two carbon fibre bucket seats, a digital driver show, an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel akin to that of the common GT3 race automobile and a slew of carbon fibre components adorning the cabin.
“Driving the Bohema is an expertise like no different. I don’t recall driving a road-legal automobile that near a race automobile. To not point out the appears to be like of it – it’s attractive!” – Romain Grosjean, F1 and IndyCar driver.
Manufacturing is already underway with the primary deliveries anticipated to occur within the first half of this 12 months. Praga states that the road-legal hypercar has a sticker worth of €1.36 million (roughly R28 million based mostly on present trade charges).