The Bandini Dora Barchetta is another would-be Geneva show entry
Continuing our GFG Style story from yesterday, here’s another barchetta-style sports car that the company had intended to bring to this year’s GIMS 2020.
Called the Bandini Dora Barchetta, the idea behind the vehicle obviously originates from the Bandini line of sports cars of the mid-20th century era. The designer team still brought much novelty into the project, such as the frameless windshield and the tubular roll cage shaped like the ‘halo’ safety cage used in the Formula 1 series.
Inside, the main highlight is the bridge-like bar dividing the cabin in two. The motorsports steering wheel and the complete absence of hardware buttons come a close second.
The Bandini Dora Barchetta boasts an AWD powertrain composed of two electric motors jointly rated at 544 metric horsepower (400 kW). This enables it to sprint 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 3.3 seconds and top out at 250 km/h (155 mph). The range is manufacturer-rated at 450 km (280 miles).
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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