Friday, 01 October 2021 05:16

Chinese electric hypercar Farnova Othello

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News arrived from China about another fully electric hypercar of the newly established manufacturer - the Chinese company Farnova Automotive.

The Othello is presented in a prototype form with an incredible 1835 hp (1350 kW). The company plans to produce 200 copies from 2022, and one will cost 1.86 million yuan, or about 247,000 euros.

According to, Othello uses a chassis taken from the sports Qiant K50, which is the result of an agreement between Farn Automotive and Qiant Motors. Apart from the common chassis, the two cars are completely different in terms of style and performance.

The Chinese prototype is equipped with two electric motors that combine to produce 1835 hp (1350 kW) and an incredible 12,000 Nm. All this allows you to sprint to 100 in 1.8 seconds, on the way to a top speed of 420 km / h. It takes 8.5 seconds to reach 300 km / h. The 75 kWh battery offers a range of 600 kilometers.

In terms of style, we see the characteristic sharp creases on the bodywork, the ‘gullwing’ door and the retractable brake on the roof. The hypercar is 467 cm long, 208 cm wide and 115 cm high, and weighs 1350 kilograms.

As we mentioned, production will start next year in the new factory in Changde.


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