Bristol is currently in the process of developing a new super car which will hit 200 mph and also achieve figures of 100 mpg in town as pero some of the reports.
This new Bristol super car coupe has yet to be released yet alone teased, but there are chances that the super car may borrow the powertrain from the 2009 Giugiaro Namir Supercar Concept. This means that the new super car will have four separate motors, each driving a wheel mated to an additional 800cc Wankel rotary engine charging up the plethora of lithium-ion batteries.
The car manufacturer from Britain, Bristol, is currently owned by Indian technology entrepreneur Kamal Siddiqi who believes that the super car will be ready to be launched in concept form somewhere in this year itself. He also believes that the production will be at least several hundred cars each and every year with each car to cost below GBP 200,000.
While giving idea about the powertrain for the Bristol supercar, Siddiqi said that this was entirely their own concept including things such as the hardware, the algorithms, the software, the battery pack and the multiplexing. He stated that having own parts is much better than being dependent on the proprietary parts which were rarely ideal for their particular applications.
He informed that the new Bristol super car will be approximately the same size as the current Bentley Continental GT.