New Automaker Piech to Introduce Mark Zero Sports Car Concept in Geneva
This will be fully electric with supposedly 300 miles of range.
A new Swiss automaker Piech is readying Mark Zero Sports Car Concept for the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show.
Piech was created in 2016 by Anton Piech, a son of former Volkswagen Group patriarch Ferdinand Piech and since then they are working hard to bring different vehicle models on the road. According to German outlet N-TV, they are operating with 200 workers who already have created a modular platform to underpin their different offerings.
Piech has made the Mark Zero Sports Car Concept fully electric with supposedly 300 miles of range on a single charge. The company also plans to create SUVs, sedans, and hatchbacks in the future. They will work on a variety of powertrains including electric, hybrid, gasoline, and hydrogen fuel cell.
Details are scarce at the moment. To know when this sports car will hit the roads, we have to wait for the Geneva Auto show, which starts the first week of next month. However, the automaker has revealed a teaser image and some sketches, which you can check hereunder.