It's going to be the second time for Slovenian company to get to the event, first time with hybrid supercar.

A meeting of the classic car Concours d'elegance, which is every year in August takes place in the american Pebble Beach is considered to be the most renowned such event in the world, and as a result, there is a great number of those who want to demonstrate their cars at this event. However, similar events take place every year in Europe, with the most prominent one at Lake Como in Italy, and the Privé Saloon outside Blenheim, not far from Oxford, Great Britain, becoming more and more visible. And this one will have some Slovenian flair this year.

The organisers of the event decided to invite the Slovenian manufacturer of sports cars and the author of supercar  TS 900 H APEX, Aljoša Tushek. The event hosts usually hosts quite a line of unique cars or vehicles produced in small series, which will most likely make a Slovenian feel at home at the event. Meanwhile, TS 900 is not the first car made by Tushek, gien the fact that T500 was already at Salon Privë in 2012.

Aljosa Tushek, Founder of Tushek Ltd., commented "The Tushek team is delighted to be back at Salon Privé. Over the past years we have intensively developed and constructed advanced technological solutions for our new model, the TS 900 H APEX, in particular in the area of electric drive train. Those developments are now incorporated in our latest model and have been successfully tested in race-track conditions over the past months. Our team is looking forward to presenting our supercar to Salon Privé’s elite clientele."

Hybrid drive train of the TS 900 vehicle was the main thing that inspired the organisers of the salon in particular. This consists of a 4,2 litre petrol engine, supported by a compressor and two electric motors on the rear axle. The power of the vehicle in such a way is 950 'of horses, or 699 kilowatts, having a weight of 1.410 kilograms and can get up to 100 kilometers per hour in only 2.5 seconds while the top speed, however, is 380 kilometers per hour. Meanwhile, it can also make 50 kilometers on electricity alone.

Aug. 9, 2019 Driving photo: Newspress

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