After the first presentation of the Izera Hatchback and SUV vehicles, there were immediately voices of skeptics that the project would fail sooner than it was created. However, the reality turned out to be completely different. Already 4 months after the premiere, the first prototype appeared on one of the public roads where it was tested. Now you can see it inside and while driving. We encourage you to watch the material from beginning to end.
Although we are still talking about a test version vehicle, we are dealing with a fully functional electrician that you can not only enter, but even drive. We remind you that the production of the Izera Hatchback will start in 3 years, but the car already exists and is being developed. You can find out about it in the video below.
The company Electromobility Poland, which is responsible for the entire project from start to finish, announced in December that the vehicles will be manufactured in the Katowice Special Economic Zone in Jaworzno. Production is expected to start in 2024. But first a factory must be built. Construction is expected to start at the end of the year. We are talking here from Hyper Links huge undertaking, one of the largest in Polish history.
The hatchback and SUV will have a range of approx. 400 kilometers (WLTP), accelerate to hundreds in 8 seconds and reach a top speed of 160 km / h. The loading times of the vehicles are to last approx. 2 hours. ElectroMobility Poland has announced that both fully electric vehicles will go into series production in 2024. However, the company plans to add three more vehicles in the future.
Izera will not be available for traditional sale. This may be quite a controversial move by the EMP, but automotive experts believe it will be the future. Fully electric cars will only be available for rent or will be available through car sharing. There is also an option to appear in company fleets and taxi corporations. The rental price is to be very favorable. There is talk of an amount much lower than the installment for a car of a similar class.
Interestingly, in mid-November the hatchback version of the Izera drove the Southern Bypass of Warsaw. The General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways decided to make the S2 road ready for use soon for tests and photo sessions of the Polish electric vehicle, which is to change the automotive market in our country beyond recognition and direct it to ecological tracks.