GAC Group, A state-owned automobile manufacturer in China has unveiled its latest concept. In just two months, the new Italian team created the Barchetta idea, and Stephane Janin, a former Renault concept development manager, is in charge of the new R&D facility. It's vital to remember that GAC has R&D facilities in Shanghai and Los Angeles.
The automobile manufacturer has service facilities in 28 different nations and plans to expand operations abroad. The business recently made a push, announcing a new R&D facility in Italy and showing off a Barchetta EV roadster design to show off its might.
Due to the revolutionary battery architecture, which was influenced by smartphone designs, the Barchetta EV concept has a very low clearance and overall height as well as a lightweight body. By-wire connections are utilized in place of mechanical ones, and the chassis is mostly composed of aluminum. The inside is also made of recyclable plastic. This combination drastically reduced the car's weight.