The typical painting at the Geneva Motor Show: small companies that present prototypes with incredible power. This was no different this year: one of the culminations was LVCHI Venere.
LVCHI Auto was founded in Shanghai in 2016 and launched in July with IDEA, a design company that we owe some of Fiat's models in the 1980s and 1990s, the Venere project (of Italian"beauty" ). The result is a five meter long electric carbon-powered limousine with over 1000 hp power. Four electric motors provide a maximum torque of 1540 Nm, and the capacity of the batteries is 100 kWh, allowing a 652 kilometer range. The remaining features: 2.5 seconds to tempo 100, 286 km / h maximum speed.
It sounds fantastic, but at the same time we remember the failed attempts to fly Faraday Future. LVCHI, however, has a specific plan: Venere has to appear in series since 2019 - production will be in Turin. In addition, the Urano high-power limousine is in the process of preparation, and after 2019 an electric city car has to be launched on the market. For 2021, it is planned to introduce a platform for SUVs and vans.