Diminutive French manufacturer Segula Technologies has given birth to a number of all-electric cars with reduced environmental impact, including the impressive Formulec EF-01 that will be take part in the next formula E championship.
Segula Technologies engineers have now developed a new prototype called Hagora, a new sporty model devolped on a hybrid platform measuring 3.80 meters in length, 1.80 meters in width and 1.20 meters in height. It is powered by a two-stroke Rotax BRP engine and a 100 hp electric motor, and will count on a total output of 220 hp that will be conveyed on the ground through a CVT automatic transmission.
The Segula Hagora is also equipped with an electric compressor for the air conditioning and boasts full connectivity with iPhones, smartphones and the likes. 85% of the components making up the body of this car are recyclable . The test sviluupo will be performed for the next 3 years.
via | World Car Fans