Czech company Praga has decided to try its luck in the higher echelons and has unveiled its first ever road supercar named Bohema.
The Praga Bohema features a carbon-fibre monocoque, pushrod suspensions and sophisticated aerodynamics, all of which are tuned using Formula 1 technology. The Bohema itself weighs less than a tonne, and its aerodynamic elements are capable of providing the equivalent of 900 kilograms of downforce at over 250 km/h. In addition, the supercar features a ‘racing’ body design, styled after endurance race cars.
Praga will produce just 89 copies of Bohema to commemorate the 89th anniversary of the 1933 Praga Alfa’s victory in the Czechoslovakia 1000-mile race.
Praga Bohema specs:
- top speed – 300 km/h
- acceleration to 100 km/h – 2.3 s
- horsepower – 700 hp
- power density – 713 hp/t
- engine volume – 3799 cm³
- vehicle weight – 982 kg
Praga Bohema engine:
The Praga Bohema gets the 3.8-litre V6 from the Nissan GT-R: the engines for the Czech company are being prepared in the UK. After replacing the turbocharger and installing a titanium exhaust system, the engine develops 700 bhp and is assisted by a six-speed Hewland sequential gearbox.
Praga Bohema 0 – 100:
The car is capable of accelerating to 100 km/h in 2.3 seconds.
Praga Bohema top speed:
The top speed is over 300 km/h.
Praga Bohema interior:
The two-seater interior with bucket seats, massive centre console and steering wheel is also designed in track-inspired style. The only visible dashboard is integrated into the steering wheel hub, but there is also a smartphone docking station. The interior is finished in Alcantara and carbon fibre.
Praga Bohema price (Praga Bohema for sale):
The car is available from $1300000.