Bristol Cars coming back – with range-extended EV
August 4, 2011 § Leave a Comment
Bristol Cars is coming back with a range-extended electric supercar, reports Evo. Earlier this year, the low-volume British luxury car-maker was bought by Kamkorp Autocraft, part of the Frazer-Nash Group – which makes extended-range electric powertrains. Kamkorp will source a base car from another manufacturer rather than develop a vehicle from the ground up, apparently, but the aim’s for an ultra-comfy four-seater capable of 200mph and 100mpge, with a decent range well beyond that of an all-electric vehicle. The car, pencilled in for 2013, would be a rival for the similarly range-extended Fisker Karma.