The Hispano Suiza “Carmen” is the 1930’s Inspired All-Electric Hypercar Of Your Dreams

 Hispano Suiza Releasing a 1930’s Inspired All-Electric Hypercar.

Spanish automotive and engineering company Hispano Suiza announced they plan to release a 1930’s-inspired hypercar they’re calling the “Carmen.” Named the after the granddaughter of the company’s founder. This beauty will make its debut at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show. You’ll be lucky to get your hands on one because they’re only making 19 of them.

First of all it starts with a carbon fiber monocoque chassis. Inspired by the 1938 Dubonnet Xenia’s unique design. Originally commissioned by French pilot André Dubonnet and produced by Hispano Suiza. The powertrain will come from QEV technologies. A company known for their work alongside Formula E teams and other various electric car manufacturers. They’ve designed, developed and handmade the Hispano Suiza “Carmen” in Barcelona.

You can pre-order the car via Hispano Suiza’s website. You can view the detailed images in the gallery below. Furthermore, we’ll make sure we update you when more information becomes available at the Geneva Auto Show on March 7. Lastly, for more automotive news, The Porsche Taycan Will Come With 3 Years of Free Charging.