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Sunday, March 20, 2022

The first unit of the Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne in the US

Exotic EV In the automotive world, giving a unique touch to motorized vehicles have certainly become a common thing to do for many owners. Usually they start by applying distinctive exterior and different than others, then continues to provide a finishing touch with exotic colors. In this case, many of them whose use a purple color to make people automatically allured and attracted to look at the cars with an amazement feeling, moreover if those exotic vehicle is the newest kind of super cars.
The first unit of the Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne in the US under a touch of exotic purple color called “Ocean Song Rose,” and owned by Michael Fux. (Picture from: AirTransport)
This is also done by Michael Fux, a world's famous car collector onto one of his newest car collections. As quoted from the RobbReport page, recently he commissioned a new Hispano-Suiza Carmen Boulogne under a touch of exotic purple color. And the car reportedly besides being the first electric vehicle owned by those American entrepreneur who known to own over 160 four-wheeled vehicle collections in a touch of flashy colors, the car is also the first Boulogne to hit US soil.
The first unit of the Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne in the US is handed over by the automaker to the owner at the 2022 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance. (Picture from: GoOto)
The eye-catching electric hypercar was exclusively presented to Fux by Hispano Suiza at the 2022 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance some time ago. Related to the event, in a statement, the Hispano Suiza's Chairman Miguel Suqué Mateu said, "We are very proud to deliver this unique version of the Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne to our first client in the United States, and doing so on the occasion of the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance allows us to show the world, and especially the American market, what Hispano Suiza can achieve."
The Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne featured with ultra-smooth polished unique aluminum wheels to match with its 'Ocean Song Rose' carbon fiber bodywork. (Picture from: GoOto)
For your info, the Boulogne is the quicker, more powerful successor to the Spanish-made Carmen EV which was first released in 2019. It is said to be faster and more powerful, as the Boulogne electric hypercar which debuted in 2020 is powered by four electric motors that are claimed capable of churning out a power of 1,114 hp. 
The Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne is powered by four electric motors that are claimed capable of churning out a power of 1,114 hp. (Picture from: GoOto)
As quoted by TopGear, Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne's electric system consisted of 80 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion-polymer battery packages. The company estimates the Boulogne could be run as far as more than 249 miles (400 kilometers) on a fully-charged battery.
The interior of the Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne is mostly upholstered by 'Birkigt White' genuine leather, but in some parts of the cabin there's a touch of 'Ocean Song Rose' as well. (Picture from: GoOto)
Fux's bespoke car was specially crafted by the Hispano Suiza team in Barcelona for months to meet the owner’s particular proclivities. The carbon fiber bodywork is finished in a unique purple called “Ocean Song Rose,” as it was inspired by Fux's favorite flower color of the same name. Even Fux had sent one such rose to the design department so they could accurately reproduce the hue as we could be seen on the hypercar today.
The Spanish automaker planned to build only 5 units of the Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne, besides 19 units of the standard Carmen model. (Picture from: OzoneLoverz)
The bespoke electric hypercar is appeared with a gleaming exterior that looks contrasted with "Birkigt White" accents and a high-gloss black grille decorated with the Hispano Suiza logo. Even this Boulogne electric hypercar is looks more attractive with four polished unique aluminum wheels. Meanwhile, the cabin is covered in matching "Birkigt White" genuine leather (including in steering wheel, dashboard, seats, and door panels) and has the model name embroidered on the headrests.
The Spanish car manufacturer planned to make 19 standard Carmen units and 5 units in the Boulogne specifications. When it was first released by 2020, the price of the Boulogne model was reported starting from €1.65 million (approx Rp.26 billion), but unfortunately there was no other information from the Spanish company, whether those price numbers includes customization as it has been done in Michael Fux car. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | HISPANO SUIZA | ROBBREPORT | ID.MOTOR1 | TOPGEAR ]
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