The pictures of the Prototypes leave a very improvised impression. Nevertheless, Varsovia Motor, based in Warsaw, intends to put 2018 on the road for a very special luxury car for particularly wealthy customers.
Visually, the Varsovia would certainly cause a stir. Despite the classically elegant limousine shape, narrow slits in the light or the tile design in the front, for example, set some quite idiosyncratic accents. For the interior, the Poles promise upscale luxury of a special kind. So was waived a passenger seat to offer the rear passenger on the passenger side extra legroom. In addition, the entrance is praised by the upwardly opening door as particularly convenient. The so-called priority seat should consist of nine independently controllable elements that can cool or heat, massage or adapt to the hardness. In addition, the mood of the passenger is checked regularly - music, light and other parameters are then adjusted accordingly.
In addition, the car should be equipped with the latest infotainment techniques and fast satellite Internet. Information is displayed on two transparent 19 inch screens. If the displays are not needed, fold into the glass roof. Both displays together produce an 38 inch panoramic screen.
The makers of the Varsovia emphasize that the interior gets along without plastic. It is mainly used aluminum, wood or leather. The customer can set up his vehicle according to individual wishes. An armor is also offered.
The vehicle is powered by two unspecified electric motors, which allow an acceleration of the two-tonner from standstill to 100 km / h in just over five seconds, the maximum speed is given with well above 200 km / h. With a battery charge Varsovia promises up to 350 kilometers range. In addition, there is an internal combustion engine on board, which generates electricity from gasoline, which then extends to further 500 kilometers.
Although much information is still quite vague, a prototype will be presented at an international auto show in the near future. 2018 would then deliver the first vehicles to customers. Every year, a maximum of 50 cars are planned. Varsovia does not quote a price, but one will no doubt have to reckon with a few hundred thousand euros. (Mario Hommen / SP-X)