India-made Vazirani Shul electric hypercar set for debut
11th Jul 2018 2:40 pm
Mumbai-based Vazirani Automotive will reveal the concept at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK; model will make production in limited numbers.
Emerging from the City of Dreams is a hypercar of its maker's dreams. Vazirani Automotive, based in Mumbai, is all set to pull the wraps off of its electric hypercar, named the Shul, at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed, which gets underway tomorrow.
The company, headed by Chunky Vazirani (who is also its chief designer), was established in 2015, has revealed design sketches of the Shul. While you can see a hint of McLaren here and a dash of Aston Martin there in the design, Vazirani states the Shul's styling will "strike the right balance between art and science", unlike other modern-day hypercars which are "designed by engineering". The concept will make it to production in limited numbers.
There's no word on power, range or any other technical specifications, but Vazirani says the Shul will employ a micro-turbine range extender which will be paired with a lightweight battery pack and will work as an onboard generator that'll charge the batteries. The idea is to eliminate range anxiety and to add an aural element to this electric hypercar.
We shall have more details and pictures once the concept makes its debut at Goodwood. Stay tuned.
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