The boxy blue sedan was showcased to the press at a defense expo around Moscow on August 23, getting into lots of other offbeat prototype automobiles in the company’s stable. Labeled the CV-1, the electric powered car’s look is influenced by the Izh-Kombi, a tiny Soviet vehicle developed for people in the seventies. It may appear a little dated on the outside, yet Kalashnikov claims it is stuffing some contemporary technology under the hood, such as an inverter it explains as “revolutionary.”
Referred to as an “electric supercar,” the firm promises a fully designed CV-1 will have a range of 217 mi (350 km), placing it equal to the Tesla Model 3. There is limited information offered on other facets of its efficiency or plans for manufacture, but the business does seem to think it can go well with it with the very best.