Segula Technologies has introduced it's latest concept, the Hagora hybrid which is built using composite materials.
Segula Technologies has participated over the last few years in the development of various electric vehicles, including the Formulec EF-01 all-electric single-seater racing car. Their latest concept is called Hagora and it represents a conventional hybrid that is 3.8 meters long, 1.2 meters high and 1.80 meters wide.
This concept is powered by a two-stroke Rotax BRP engine featuring direct injection that works together with an electric motor which is capable of generating 100 hp (74 kW), providing a combined power output of 220 hp (164 kW) which is delivered with the help of a CVT gearbox.
An interesting feature worth mentioning is the electric air conditioning compressor that promises to be a lot more efficient in comparison to a regular belt-driven system. There’s also a wireless communication system that provides relevant info straight to a smartphone or a tablet.
The Hagora by Segula Technologies is made from composite materials and it’s 85 percent recyclable. The development of the concept will continue in the next three years.