Launched at the CENEX-LCV show, the Aura was developed by Astheimer Design, BAMD Composites, Conjure, and Potenza Technology with sustainability at its core and efficiency driving its design to show what is possible for the future of driver’s cars.
Four British companies — Astheimer Design, Bamd Composites, Conjure, and Potenza Technology — have been working through COVID restrictions on an all-electric two-seat roofless sports car aimed to show what the future of driver’s cars could look like. The resulting Aura concept car, publicly unveiled at the CENEX-LCV show at Millbrook Proving Ground today, uses natural-fiber composites, efficient electric power, and a modern driver infotainment system that tracks real-world range readings to within 0.5%.
Funded by the UK government’s Office for Zero-Emission Vehicles (OZEV) through the Niche Vehicle Network (NVN), the Aura concept car was designed, developed, and hand-built by the suppliers to create a low-emissions sports car that is efficient on power and its demands on the world around it. Work began in October 2020 with the vision of a long-range electric vehicle (EV) with sustainability at its
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