Hispano Suiza teases new ‘Carmen’ electric supercar

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Words: Nile Bijoux
5 Feb 2019

The 2019 Geneva Motor Show will be the debut of Spanish carmaker Hispano Suiza’s new “fully-electric hyperlux grand tourer.” Interested?

Dubbed ‘Carmen’, the supercar will have a carbon fibre monocoque body and a design inspired by the 1938 Dubonnet Xenia.

Beneath the hand-laid skin will be a custom-designed electric powertrain developed by QEV Technologies, which also manages Mahindra's Formula E team and has worked with Chinese automaker BAIC.

Carmen will be built in Barcelona but Hispano Suiza hasn’t offered any details on price, performance or availability. We presume more information will come our way at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

 

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