This track car manufacturer is ready to hit the streets.
Praga Cars is a Czech manufacturer known for its racing and track-focused cars, and while the brand itself has 115 years of history, the Praga R1R was the first road-legal car that the brand had introduced since 1947. However, Praga is back and ready to make an even bigger return to the road, as it has been announced and confirmed that Praga will be launching a new track-focused roadgoing model, which will be revealed on November 23rd at 5pm GMT.
With inspiration drawn from the R1’s innovative aerodynamics and immense power-to-weight ratio, the new model promises to be a lightweight vehicle constructed from carbon fiber. It is set to be launched in all major hypercar markets. The car is in its final stages of development, having already clocked in various lap times on the track, and adhered to road-car requirements. However, it will be quite rare, with just 12 cars set to be hand-built in 2023, which will be the first year of production. Praga Cars aims to ensure the exclusivity of the vehicle and strictly limit production numbers, and when it comes to cars like this upcoming model from Praga that are packed with racing prowess, innovation, and engineering, the limited number is no surprise.