At previous year’s Geneva Motor Demonstrate, a historic Spanish coachbuilder called Hispano Suiza was introduced again with a retro-styled electrical design called the Carmen. With two electrical motors sending one,005 horsepower to the rear wheels, the Carmen could strike sixty mph in less than 3 seconds but manufacturing was restricted to just 19 models.
In scenario you have not heard, this year’s Geneva Motor Demonstrate was canceled due to coronavirus, but it has not stopped Hispano Suiza from revealing a extra hardcore version of the Carmen this 7 days, as it would have in any other case.
Introducing the Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne, a restricted version design that pays homage to the company’s competitors heritage from the pre-war era. As with quite a few restricted version creations, the Boulogne is the work of a special customization team within just Hispano Suiza called the ‘Unique Tailormade’ section. Assume of it as a extra lavish option to a Rimac C_Two.