The Borgward Isabella Concept debuted at the Frankfurt Auto show 2017, with an electric propulsion system which develops 300 HP of power. After the first images, now the time has come to look at it in motion in this first promotional video.
El Frankfurt Auto show 2017 has been the scenario chosen by the German brand to present in society a prototype that comes back to life a historical designation.
it Is the Borgward Isabella Concept, a conceptual work that explores a segment of unpublished inside of this new stage that Borgward has begun just a couple of years, in which the have put the focus on the crossovers, initially intended for the chinese market.
The Borgward Isabella has a body has great proportions, in that the its length exceeds 5 meters. It is a hatchback design is very futuristic, with a body-curvy and very aerodynamic, which includes a front with two huge air inlets, a bonnet very low and a lag in the highlights the design of your rear pillar.
The prototype uses a electric motor called a Borgward ePROPULSION uses a modular architecture. In this case the German brand has chosen to use two of these motors, one on each axis, making a combined power of 300 HP and a maximum torque of 450 Nm. Can reach up to 250 km/h of maximum speed, while its acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is 4.5 seconds.
The propeller group is combined with a package of lithium-ion batteries that has been developed by LG, which allows you to achieve a range of 500 kilometers with a full load
After the first photos and official information, now the German brand has just broadcast a the first promotional video, which invites you to learn more las key of the design of the new Borgward Isabella, as well as take a look at your behavior on the road.
Borgward Isabella Concept is a kind of four-door coupé, with a positioning oriented to luxury. This is a car that boasts a sports behavior and a powerful engine, that we do not know whether it is related to a possible new Isabella of production, but that is a statement of intent of where he is going with the new Borgward.
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