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Get a Sneak Peek At €1.28 Million Praga Bohema

The latest hypercar ‘Bohema’ from Czech Republic’s Praga has been unveiled. This new agile vehicle is designed to compete with GT3 race cars.

Crafted on a carbon fiber monocoque, the Praga Bohema targets a dry weight of 982 kg. The cockpit, constructed from 56 distinct carbon components, weighs only 34 kg.

Bohema’s design underwent wind tunnel testing to achieve peak aero performance, boasting an extreme aero package that generates 900 kg of downforce at 155 mph.

Under the hood, the Bohema is powered by a well-known 3.8-liter V6 twin-turbo engine sourced from the Nissan GT-R, pumping out 690 hp @ 6800 rpm and 535 lb-ft of torque at 3000-6000 rpm, mated to a Hewland sequential gearbox.

While Praga is yet to disclose the Bohema’s performance metrics, it is known that the vehicle can reach a top speed of 186 mph, purported to be the fastest achievable speed on any circuit.

F1 and IndyCar racer Romain Grosjean inspired and tested the Praga Bohema hypercar. To acquire one of these distinct creations, prepare to invest €1.28 million.

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