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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

A Student-Designed 900 hp Hybrid Supercar

Once again the world of talented young designers stunned the world with the design of their cars. Given the name of IED Syrma, a radical hybrid supercar is the design result that made by the students at the Transportation Design School at Istituto Europeo di Design in cooperation with Quatroruote.
IED Syrma, a 900 hp hybrid supercar concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1DAq2ji)
Syrma concept presents a "fullscale" study of an extreme sports car with the decisiveness of 1+2 composition and focused on safety. Creation is characterized by extreme proportions, the length of 4,730 mm, width of 1,980 mm.
Right side view of IED Syrma concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1DAq2ji)
Concept possess hybrid engine which is combined with aggregate electric motor V6, with total power of 900 hp. This is the 11th concept to come from Turin’s IED (the same school that helped Hyundai build the PassoCorto), and it’s one of the best.
Rear side view of IED Syrma concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1DAq2ji)
The car is powered by a rear-engined hybrid system. A twin-turbo, 4-liter gas engine is paired with an electric engine to create 900 horsepower that goes straight into the rear wheels. If the driver so chooses, there is an available option to run on electric-only, though range numbers were announced.

Speaking of the driver, this concept inspired by McLaren’s F1 car with staggered three-person seating. The front seat is centered for a more driver-oriented position and better visibility. In addition to the central seating, other safety-focused features include laser message projection when the car is in silent electric mode, and a “teardrop windscreen” that is intended to protect the cabin. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BOLDRIDE]
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