Talking about the Indian car market is like thinking about brands like Mahindra or Tata. However, Medium metal motors has made significant strides in the sector since 2015 and now he is back on the scene with his Azani modela 100% sustainable hypercar which you can develop to 1000 horsepower.
With a sporty aesthetic, the Mean Metal Motors Azani draws attention to the naked eye with its aerodynamically aggressive shape, which aims to provide powerful and safe cornering traction when the car reaches significant speeds, in the same way as its functions. on straight lines is also important, although in smaller proportions.
AND the wavy shape on the sides will force airflow through that areagenerating lift and thrust towards the ground, as well as using the cockpit-like silhouette seen at the center of an Indian sports car.
noteworthy does not have a rear wingtherefore it can be deduced that it will use the ground effect as an aerodynamic measure.
One of the details that draws the most attention is the material used by the manufacturer to develop the chassis, aluminum was chosen to provide this vital structure, replacing the usual and always reliable carbon fiber, a compound historically used in the hypercar assembly process.
Specifications Mean Metal Motors Azani
The car boasts 1,000 horsepower and 1,000 Nm of maximum torque, allowing it to hit 60 mph in just 2.1 seconds after initial acceleration. In addition, the top speed has been set at 322 km/h to give a true feeling of sporty speed in the best racing style.
That is the speed provided by the 120 kWh battery, which can provide up to 523 kilometers of battery life on a full charge. On the other hand, Mean Metal Motors claimed that they used artificial intelligence to create their microfactories, increasing efficiency and reducing production costs.
Through the official website of Mean Metal Motors Azani, you can book a car. However, the Indian manufacturer has yet to reveal how much it will cost to ship it home, what day it will be available in the market, or whether it will be exported to other countries.
Source: La Opinion
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