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China introduced a 1400bhp power hypercar, catches 100kmph in 1.9 seconds


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While millions of people are fighting the Corona epidemic in India, the originator of this epidemic is busy organizing the Shanghai Shanghai Auto Show. Currently, the Hongqi S9 Hypercar has been introduced at this motor show from China. Which is currently in its pre-production debut. According to the report, this car is a big challenge for other hypercar in the world with a power of 1400bhp.

The Hongqi S9 was first introduced as a prototype at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, and the company will produce only 99 units of it. The booking for which has been officially opened. Before you think about the design of this car, the credit for its design goes to Walter de Silva Design. Walter de Silva is the design head of the former Volkswagen Group, which designed cars such as the Audi R8 and the 2006 Lamborghini Miura concept. Highlights of its looks include integrated air dams with headlamps or electrochromic windows etc.

The Hongqi S9 uses a V8 ICE motor, which is capable of delivering 1,400bhp of power. Speaking of speed, this car can run at a speed of 100 kmph in 1.9 seconds. At the same time, its top speed is 402 kmph. Let me tell you, the hybrid motor used in it will be able to run in all-electric mode for the only 402kmph which is important to use inside some cities which do not allow ICE powered cars within their range within limited speed. The interesting thing here is that it will not be produced in China. Instead, 99 of its units will be built in Modena Italy.

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