The company Vazirani Automotive, based in Mumbai, will bring to the Festival of Speed in Goodwood a prototype of the first Indian hypercar. The teaser of the machine, which will be called Shul and will be equipped with an electric power plant with a microturbine generator, is published on the manufacturer’s channel on YouTube.
According to Overdrive.in data, Vazirani Shul’s design was developed in conjunction with Kazunori Yamauchi, the creator of the video game series Gran Turismo. The video shows that the hypercar will receive aggressive aerodynamics in the spirit of Koenigsegg and Hennessey, and body panels made of carbon fiber.
There is no information about the power plant, but a similar solution – a microturbine instead of a generator – was previously used by the Chinese company Techrules on the Ren super car and its track modification RS.
The top version of Techrules Ren is equipped with six electric motors, two turbines running on diesel fuel, and a battery pack with a capacity of 32 kilowatt-hours. The total output of the unit is 1305 forces and 2340 Nm of torque. To accelerate to 100 km/h supercar spends 2.5 seconds, and its maximum speed is 320 kilometers per hour.