Czechoslovakia’s Praga Bohema Hypercar is about as close looking to a Formula 1 race car as a street legal vehicle can get. The new, extremely limited, Nissan GT-R Powered Supercar from the Czech Republic is an aerodynamic carbon fiber constructed automobile that balances weight with power and performance for a pure driving experience, unfettered by unnecessary electronics.
Czechoslovakia’s Praga Bohema Hypercar
We’re not sure exactly when supercars became hypercars but when we saw the Praga Bohema, in Blue with gold accents and Silver with orange accents, we knew we had to take a closer look.
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The 2165 lb (982 kg) car has a weight to power ratio that places it amongst the fastest road-legal cars out there. The carbon fiber monocoque 6 cylinder/24 valve can reach a top speed of 300+ km/h (187 mph).
Aerodynamically impressive, the Bohema delivers 1,984 lbs (900 kg) of downforce at 155 mph (250 km/h).
An exclusive, one-of-a-kind hypercar, the Praga Bohema comfortably seats two adults – even tall adults- within its sleek, low slung interior.
Inside it has all the hand-made high-end detailed touches and bespoke features we’ve begun to expect from these over-the-top vehicles. Praga’s hypercar has an ergonomically designed interior hand made with Alcantara leather, luxurious suede, custom colored seats with hand-stitched trim, carbon fibre details and the latest in technology.
Bohema in Blue
Those who feel the need for speed but are accustom to luxury will be happy to hear that air conditioning is not considered as an unnecessary electronic feature and is included. As are super cool tailored luggage compartments with bespoke bags.
A gold-accented concealed phone holder pops up from the leather and carbon fiber center console.
The ergonomic steering wheel is handmade of suede and Alcantara leather with carbon fiber buttons, colored stitching and LED display
Bohema in Silver
Nissan PL38DETT Engine
Cylinders / valves: 6 / 24
Engine power: 700 bhp at 6,800 rpm
Engine torque: 725 Nm from 3,000 to 6,000 rpm
Displacement: 3.8 l
Top speed: 300+ km/h
Carbon fibre monocoque & body
LHD / RHD
Downforce at 250 km/h: 900 kg
Rear wheel drive
0-100 km/h: sub 2.3 s
Prices for the Bohema start at $1.31 million USD. Production is expected to begin in the Czech Republic, in the second half of 2023 and then they intend to build 20 Bohemas per year. The company is now taking orders and is in discussions for sales in the U.S., the U.K., Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, and other supercar markets.
Interested? Order yours or learn more here