Lavinia S.E. Concept

Special Cars 12 Sep 2014
Lavinia S.E. Concept

The Lavinia S.E. Concept is a study of an electric sportscar that is currently being developed by Italian company Technicar.


Designed by Giuseppe Ferrazzano, the Lavinia Conceptis is a rear-wheel drive electric supercar that could be produced in limited series by the designer’s company Technicar.

Lavinia Concept

The name Lavinia is dedicated to the designer’s wife. The announced performance figures are a total output of 800 hp, a 0-100 km/h sprint time of 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 300 km/h, all combined with a range of approx 300 km.

Lavinia Concept

Technicar is an Italian company based in Siracusa (Sicily), which produces electric and hybrid vehicles.

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For more information visit Technicar’s Facebook page.

(Image Courtesy: Technicar for Car Body Design)

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  1. ferreus86
    22/9/2014

    bad design 1980

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