Protoscar, a small Swiss specialist carmaker, revealed the all-eletric Lampo2 at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. It succeeds the brand's Lampo prototype from Geneva 2009.
Swiss company Protoscar has shown off the Lampo2 electric sports car at Geneva. It is a more energy-efficient and powerful successor to the Lampo from Geneva 2009. The Lampo2 features four different charging modes for real-world conditions.
The first is the standard single-phase on-board charger with up to 3.3kW for the normal overnight home-charge. Then there's a "control-pilot" single-phase with 6.6kW on board charger made for public charging. A standard three-phase 9.9kW on board charger typical for charging at industrial plugs makes three and the interface for fast DC charging capable of transmitting 80kW is the last one. The latter is said to give an extra range of up to 100km in just 10 minutes.
In terms of technical information, the Lampo2 is provided with two electric motors and a Lithium-Ion battery with a total system output of 300kW (408 PS) and 640Nm (472 lb-ft). Naught to 100km/h acceleration takes 5 seconds and a top speed of 200km/h (124 mph) is possible. Protoscar says it can also achieve a range of 200km (124 miles).