Magna Steyr has released details and photos about its Mila Plus hybrid concept that will be premiered during the Geneva Motor Show next week
Magna Steyr has released details and photos about its Mila Plus hybrid concept that will be premiered during the Geneva Motor Show next week.
The Austrian manufacturer says the machine is a two-seater sports car that weights 1,520 kg. It has an aluminum frame with integrated batteries that should increase the stiffness, as the company explains.
The power comes from a hybrid system that consists of a 3-cylinder petrol engine and two electric motors, one for each axle. No power figures are available at the moment, but the Mila Plus can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 4.9 seconds in hybrid mode, while the all-electric mode offers a 0-80 km/h (0-50 mph) sprint in 3.6 seconds. The total range of the car is around 500 km (310 miles) with 75 km (47 miles) of them available on pure electric energy, while the CO2 emissions are 32 grams per kilometer.
Magna Steyr also says the chassis parts of the car and the interior are fully recyclable. The car could enter production two to three years.