Vazirani Shul, India’s first electric hypercar was recently showcased in Mumbai. Co-founder and designer Chunky Vazirani has been a designer for Land Rover, Volvo, Yamaha, Jaguar and Rolls-Royce. Interestingly, Vazirani Shul has also made use of inputs from Michelin and the Force India F1 team. Clearly, a visual charmer here below is an interesting set of highlights.
The hypercar gets massive intakes on the front, along with boomerang shaped headlamps. The car has been designed with the help of a wind tunnel for minimal drag.
The Vazirani Shul is underpinned by a structurally rigid yet lightweight carbon-fibre tub chassis.
The hypercar gets cameras in an aerodynamic encasing instead of the conventional ORVMs.
The massive tyres by Michelin wrap around grey and copper coloured five-spoke alloys.
The rear sports large C-shaped LED tail lamps and an aggressive aerodynamic spoiler.
Still, in the concept stage, the Vazirani Shul gets a stylish large exhaust that is uniquely positioned beneath the rear windscreen. The company claims that the production version will offer a distinctive exhaust note as the microturbine will be used to power the batteries.