A new electric car start-up has revealed details for its latest vehicle.
Czech EV carmaker MW Motors has unveiled the ‘Luka EV’ a production-ready electric car.
The retro-looking electric vehicle sports an old school coupe silhouette, rounded headlamps and thin-barred grille.
It’s design evocative of 1960s coupes such as the BMW 1600 GT and Lancia Appia.
The design is easy-to-like and is chic enough for younger customers to enjoy, but will be nostalgic for the older generations.
Both these cars stole the respective motor shows they launched at got people thinking about electric cars in a different way.
One thing that is surprising about the new Luka EV is its weight.
It weighs just 815 kg, which is impressively low for an electric vehicles as battery packs are typically particularly heavy.
Another unusual feature of the car is the placement of its four electric motors.
It is using in-wheel hub motors, each with 12.5kW of power for a total output of 50kW.
These motors are fed by a small 21.9kWh battery pack which the carmaker claims is good for up to 186 miles of range.
In-hub wheel motors are not a new concept but they have in the past been avoided, mainly due to how exposed a wheel is and how easily they can be damaged.
Putting a crucial and expensive component in them is therefore fairly risky.
Prices for the car are thought to start around €30,000 (£25,923).