Automotive manufacturer Praga has confirmed that its first road-legal hypercar, the Bohema, has entered production in a dedicated facility in the Czech Republic.
The Praga Bohema – first revealed as a prototype in late 2022 – will be hand-built in limited numbers over the next four years. The vehicle is an all-carbon, aero-driven two-seater, weighing less than 1,000kg, and with 700hp.
The start of production follows the completion of Praga’s on-road pre-production development and on-track ride-and-drive test programs. Test locations included Spa-Francorchamps, the Red Bull Ring and Nürburgring.
Clients were recently invited to visit Praga’s assembly facility to see the hand-building process, which focuses on quality materials, build and finish. They also had the opportunity to test drive the final production-specification Bohema on its standard Pirelli Trofeo R tires on Czech roads, ahead of its public reveal scheduled for spring 2024.
Tomas Kasparek, the owner of Praga Cars, said, “We are especially proud to be commencing production only one year after revealing the Bohema prototype car. We are monitoring every stage of the build process very closely to make sure that the Bohema production car matches, and even exceeds, our customers’ expectations.”
Limited test drive opportunities in Europe will begin in spring before Praga activates its North American and Middle Eastern Bohema launch programs in 2024.