Switzerland-based Morand Cars is developing a hybrid hypercar that aims to combine F1 performance with the latest technologies. To make this happen, they’ve partnered with Bcomp, a company that specializes in composites and sustainable materials, for an ultralight hypercar chassis that is not only environmentally friendly, but utilizes natural fiber composites. Read more for a short video and additional information.
Available as either a plug-in hybrid (3,020-pounds) or full electric vehicle (2,755-pounds), the former packs a V10 engine that is paired with three electric motors that generate a combined 1,200 horsepower, while the EV has four electric motors producing 2,000 hp. No battery technology has been mentioned, but the company does claim that a full charge will take less than 10 minutes depending on the charging station.
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We are excited to be part of the first Swiss hypercar and to work with such leading profiles from the motorsport world. The Morand vision to create a sustainable, Swiss hypercar using the latest technologies is very much aligned with both macro trends and our beliefs at Bcomp – that sustainability is an integral part of performance,” said Per Mårtensson, Bcomp CSO.