The Praga brand of fast cars from the Czech Republic is one of Europe's best-kept secrets. With the Bohema hypercar, the business, which has been involved in racing for more than a century, is transferring its expertise to the road.
Praga Bohema is a serious hypercar and it has the numbers backing it up. It uses a prototype 3.8-litre Nissan GT-R bi-turbo V6 engine. To produce 700 horsepower and 534 lb-ft of torque with a Hewland six-speed sequential gearbox, the turbos are upgraded.
To maintain weight to a trim 982kg, a titanium exhaust and carbon fiber bodywork evaluated in an F1 wind tunnel were installed. Making Bohema achieve a peak speed of 186 MPH and a 0-62 time of 2.3 seconds.
Without using bulky active suspension components, clever engineering maintains the car comfortable enough for daily driving, and the cabin wasn't solely created for track days. The first instances will be produced in 2023, with a target of about 20 per year.