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Prague unveils the Bohema prototype, a GT-R engine-powered supercar


Is there a road car that can go around the track as fast as a race car? The answer is yes and it carries the Prague brand, Czech manufacturer unveiling Bohema, a road-going supercar prototype that lets you record GT3 car times on the track.

He follows the car’s development under the hood of former Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean (from 2021 Romain Grosjean’s races in the IndyCar Series championships). 3.8-liter V6 engine derived from the Nissan GT-Rwill supply the engines to the Czech manufacturer. In this case, the power of the engine increases. 700 HP with 735 Nm of torqueand equipped with dry sump lubrication: this provides obvious advantages on the track when driving at the limit, as well as limiting the dimensions of the power unit. The gearbox is by Hewland and is in-line with a robotized clutch.

Dry weight of the car 982 kgAnd that’s enough to suggest the breathtaking performance the car has to offer, because at the moment, home hasn’t released performance data except when the top speed exceeds 300 km/h. In addition, the race car, which looks worthy of a carbon fiber monocoque frame and Le Mans, which gives great importance to aerodynamics, has production capacity. more than 900 kg of cargo when the vehicle is started at 250 km/h (a worthy competitor for the Dallara EXP, the fastest GT3 supercar).

The passenger compartment has been shrunk to the marrow, and everything is tightly packed in the driver’s hands on the hexagonal steering wheel, with a screen in the center showing all the car’s vital information. The loadspace is minimal and only allows you to fit two full-covered helmets.

Prague Bohema will be produced Limited edition of only 89 piecesWith a starting price of 1.28 million euros, the first deliveries are expected by the end of next year.

Source: Every Eye



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