The CV-1 concept is an electric vehicle developed on the basis of the IZH-21252 Kombi, which was produced between 1973 and 1997. Despite its nostalgic style, the CV-1 concept has many new details.
The grille at the front is almost full, with six equally distributed LEDs. Sit back, the dark windows of the car, combined with a lightweight edge of contrasting white paint. The rear light is covered with black as a window. The charging port is located in the middle, just below the flap.
Kalashnikov has not disclosed the specifications of the concept and only says that many of the systems developed by the company itself. This is a 90 kWh module, a quick charge system and a new technology transfer adapter.
Kalashnikov has confirmed that the concept car is capable of accelerating from 0-100 km / h in 6 seconds. In the distance the car can run up to 350 km after every load.
Per page RBCKalashnikov spokeswoman Sophia Ivanova said the company is considering competing with Tesla because it is now a successful project in the field of electric vehicles.
Asked about this statement, Ivanova did not specify the advantages of the CV-1 concept in relation to Tesla's car.
Regarding the shape of the car, Kalashnikov said that they only used the IZH-21252 model as an instrument to test the complex electrical system of the car.
Model Izh 2125 was very popular in the Soviet Union in the seventies (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
The CV-1 was not the first assault weapon of Kalashnikov. The company now has a line specializing in the manufacture of clothing and the manufacture of accessories such as phone cases and umbrellas. Earlier this week, Kalashnikov introduced a 4.5-ton machine that was designed to handle heavy work instead of people.
The Igorek machine from Kalashnikov is about 4 meters high and weighs 4.5 tons (photo: Kalashnikov).
The igorek robot is in the driver's cab.
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