Spanish automaker Hispano Suiza makes a comeback at Geneva Auto Show
Hispano Suiza, the most famous and historic Spanish luxury car brand (it was founded in 1904) is ready to comeback on the stage by presenting Carmen at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
A car that its producers define a "fully electric hyper-Grand tourer".
The car has been named from Carmen Mateu, the granddaughter of Hispano Suiza founder (with the Swiss Marc Birkigt) Damiàn Mateu i Bisa, which now belongs to the fourth generation of the Suqué Mateu family.
Carmen was developed in Barcelona by QEV Technologies, a firm that works alongside Mahindra Formula-E Racing teams, as well as BAIC's European research and development facility.
The car uses a full carbon fiber chassis.