Poland plans homegrown e-car brand

July 29, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Poland plans homegrown e-car brand
Automotive engineering has already played a major role in Poland's economy - but almost exclusively as a manufacturing service provider for foreign OEMs. Now the country wants to set up development and production under its own management. The first production cars of the new electric vehicle brand "Izera" are scheduled to roll off the assembly line in 2023.

Recently, the company Electromobility Poland (EMP) in Warsaw presented the first design studies, as reported by the agency PAP. The company Electromobility Poland (EMP) is behind the Izera brand. The first models planned are an SUV and a hatchback with electric drive. For the attractive outlook, the company took Italian car design company Torino Design under contract.

The cars are supposed to accelerate to 100 km/h in less than 8 seconds, which rather suggests a position in the economy sector. The Izeras will be capable of fast-charging and will be able to travel up to 400 km on one battery charge. Several modern assistance systems such as front collision warning, traffic sign recognition, blind spot warning and traffic sign recognition will be available.

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