982 kg + 700 bhp + 900 kg of Downforce =

‘The Praga brand was founded over 100 years ago, and the company has since designed, engineered and manufactured hundreds of thousands of automobiles, trucks and buses, motorcycles, aeroplanes, and military and agricultural machinery.’

However, the Praga Bohema is the first road-legal hypercar from the Czech brand.

Praga will only build 89 Bohema’s between 2023 and 2027, the first deliveries scheduled for Q2, 2024.

The significance of the 89 is that it is a celebration of Praga’s 89th anniversary since their victory at the 1,000 Miles of Czechoslovakia in 1933.

The Bohema concept was first leaked to the public in late 2022.

Designed by Juraj Mitro.

The engine is a Nissan VR38DETT 3,799 cc twin-turbocharged V6, the dry-sump version of the Nissan GT-R’s 3.8-litre.

Litchfield, the UK tuning specialist, further enhances the engine.

Interestingly, despite the Bohema’s vast power reserves, it is a reasonably low-revving engine for a hypercar; it red-lines at 7,000rpm.

Given that the end of its build period is 2027, this may be the last petrol-powered hypercar built.

Praga promotes the Bohema’s versatility as a track car and well-upholstered road machine.

My only thought is that the tiny, enclosed cockpit, whilst great on the track, could be claustrophobic if you travelled any distance.

The Bohema has a unique selling advantage, it is a road-legal, track car with a price point lower than a number of its direct competitors.

It has a price tag of £1.17 million.

The Bohema is less than half the price of other hypercars, such as Bugatti Chiron, Hennessey Venom, Koenigsegg Jesko, and Pagani Huayra R.

In a world of ordinary cars, the Bohema is bold and daring.