Hispano Suiza's new electric hypercar is called Sagrera

BARCELONA: Spanish luxury car maker Hispano Suiza, which is set to celebrate its 120th anniversary in 2024, has unveiled the name of its latest electric hypercar.

Called "Sagrera", the name follows the tradition of naming vehicles after significant places in the company's history, with Sagrera paying homage to the Barcelona district where the company established its first large factory in 1911.

The district, known for its industrial activity, played a key role in the growth of Hispano Suiza, employing 1,800 people and contributing to the company's commercial success.

The Sagrera is designed to incorporate a cutting-edge 103kW battery, and represents a big leap in aerodynamic advancements.


Hispano Suiza CEO Sergio Martínez Campos said the Sagrera builds upon the success of the Carmen and Carmen Boulogne models.

While specific details are yet to be disclosed, the Sagrera is positioned as a response to customer demands for a unique and high-performance vehicle. It is anticipated to set the stage for the brand's design direction in the coming years.

Hispano Suiza is a historic Spanish automotive brand currently owned by the fourth generation of the Suqué Mateu family.

Hispano Suiza Fábrica de Automóviles S.A. was founded in Barcelona in 1904 by Damián Mateu, with the help of the technical director and engineer Marc Birkigt, also a partner in the company.

Carmen Boulogne.
Carmen Boulogne.
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