Project Thunderball convertible
The German automaker Wiesmann has announced the launch of pre-orders for the brand's first electric car. In order to book a Project Thunderball convertible, you need to make a deposit of 3 thousand euros. The cost of the new model will be at least 300 thousand euros. For this money, the future owner receives a stylish retro-style electric car with a very powerful power plant, which is responsible for 2 electric motors with a total capacity of 680 horsepower.
The torque is 1100 Nm. The machine exchanges the first hundred in 2.9 seconds, and the mass of the entire structure reaches 1700 kilograms. Electric motors are powered by a battery with a capacity of 83 kWh, supporting a voltage of 800 volts. That is, it can be charged with devices for fast charging with a capacity of up to 300 kW. In addition, the Wiesmann Project Thunderball also has a braking recovery system. The power reserve on a single charge reaches 500 kilometers. "The Thunderball project is a vehicle that will introduce Wiesmann to a new electrified era. Since the presentation of the car in April, we have seen an overwhelming response from potential customers. The car is perfectly controlled, and our investments in technologies such as regenerative braking system and the latest battery technology have paid off. The Wiesmann brand has not only a rich and wonderful past and heritage, but also a bright and exciting future."
The production of Project Thunderball will be carried out at the Wiesmann Gecko plant in the German city of Dulmen. The company claims that this enterprise combines modern technologies and experience in creating custom bodies. Deliveries to the first customers are scheduled to begin in 2024.