Protoscar showed us the all-electric LAMPO concept at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. A second rendition called the LAMPO2 is set for a debut at the 2010 Geneva Show. The new prototype has improved on weight and aerodynamics, and comes with four charging modes related to the prevailing situation. The overnight home charger is for domestic use, the standard three-phase on board charger is for industrial plugs for people like fleet owners, and the off-board DC fast charge which can add a range of up to 100km in just 10 minutes. All three will be tested in real-life situations.
Protoscar says a well-to-wheel zero-emission can be claimed by the fact that more than enough of the car's energy is produced by a solar plant placed on a farm roof somewhere in Tuscany.
The two electric motors have a total output of 260kW (354hp) and peak torque of 600Nm. The lithium-ion battery has a capacity of over 30kWh and provides a range of over 200km (124 miles) from a full charge. It can accelerate from 0 - 100km/h in 5 seconds and reach a top speed of 200km/h.