Praga, a Czech automaker known for race cars, planes, and tanks, is developing a hypercar
Few people have heard of Czech automaker Praga. Those who have had varied hobbies, including race vehicles, aircraft, trucks, motorbikes, karts, a racing series, and even tanks. Despite this impressive record, Praga has only produced one road-going sports vehicle. That will change with the release of a road-legal “extreme performance” automobile alongside the racing car.
Praga plans for the vehicle to compete with the KTM X-Bow, which gives a good indication of how extreme the car will be. The company is primarily renowned for its racing endeavours and tiny race vehicle portfolio, which includes the R1, R1R, and R4S. It also runs a racing series called the Praga Cup, in which drivers compete in equal machinery. Jimmy Broadbent, a YouTuber and sim racer, participates in the series and recently won the championship.