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Friday, December 24, 2021

Arash being prepared the puritist electric-powered hypercar

~Electric HyperBeast~ We should be grateful that our world has many unique and exotic cars from various manufacturers around the world. Of course, not all of these manufacturers you have heard of. One of them may be a British automotive company called Arash Motor Company.
Arash Motor Company has shared photos previewing its first electric hypercar dubbed the Arash AFX. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
The British automotive startup was founded in 1999, and previoulsly known as Farboud before changing its name to Arash in 2006. The first Arash-made car to be launched in 2010 as the Arash AF10, an insane hypercar powered by hybrid powertrain is consited of a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine and four electric motors capable of producing a combined power up to 2,800 horsepower.
The Arash AFX's front end is vaguely reminiscent of McLaren, while the side profile looks like it was inspired by the Porsche 918 Spyder. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
Its more accessible successor is named the Arash AF8 which is known to be powered by a 7.0 liter LS7 V8 engine capable of blowing up to 550 horsepower. Like many the world's supercar manufacturers today, Arash is also getting ready developed the electric-powered car. And recently on social media, Arash was seen sharing some preview photos of his first electric hypercar dubbed Arash AFX.
The Arash AFX electric hypercar has spacy room for two passengers who sit in racing backet seats equipped with four point harnesses. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
It's a shame details are scarce, but Arash Motor company has confirmed the new hypercar will be all-electric, making it to be a potential rival to the Rimac Nevera, Lotus Evija and Pininfarina Battista. One of the most striking design features is the shark fin that runs across the roof. On the front is vaguely reminiscent of a McLaren, while its side profile looks like it was inspired by the Porsche 918 Spyder.
The Arash AFX has many aerodynamic features embeded in its bodywork such a shark fin and rear diffuser. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
Then for the interior, this Arash-made hypercar has spacy room for two passengers who sit in racing backet seats equipped with four point harnesses. There are also two screens mounted on either side of the cabin in lieu of the traditional rearview mirrors.
The Arash AFX electric hypercar has the most striking design features is a shark fin that stretches across the roof. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
So far, Arash Motor Company has not revealed any performance specifications, although the British automotive startup has introduced the Arash Imperium electric hypercar concept at the 2021 Goodwood Festival of Speed event which is expected to be a preview from the Arash AFX.
Arash Motor Company has introduced the Arash Imperium electric hypercar concept at the 2021 Goodwood Festival of Speed event which is expected to be a preview from the Arash AFX. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
As it is known that the Arash Imperium electric powered hypercar will be consisted three versions, each with different power levels. The Imperium E gets one 800PS (600kW) electric motor. The Imperium gets two and the Imperium S gets four., so the highest Imperium S produces more than 3,200 hp. If the next Arash AFX has such similar specifications, it should be more powerful than the Rimac Nevera and Lotus Evija.😆
Many people are usually skeptical when an unknown automotive startup company announces a new electric-powered hypercar, but for the Arash Motor Company were different, we believe this British automaker can make it happen because it has been building incredibly powerful supercars for more than 20 years. Now, let's just wait for the appearance of the Arash AFX electric hyperbeast. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARBUZZ | GOODWOOD ]
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