New Praga Bohema Is A $1.3 Million, Nissan GT-R Powered Supercar

Praga is one of the Czech Republic’s best-kept automotive secrets with more than 100 years of history, and countless years of modern racing experience. Now, it will put its expertise on the racetracks of the world onto public roads with the highly limited Bohema supercar.

Powered by the 3.8-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 from a Nissan GT-R, the engine goes straight from Japan to the U.K. to be modified by Litchfield. The tuners strip the engines and convert them to dry sump, which makes them smaller, allowing them to sit lower in the car, and prevents the risk of oil surges under high-speed cornering.

The tuner also adds its own turbos to the engine to make it even more reliable, and push horsepower levels up to 700 hp (522 kW/710 PS) at 6,800 rpm and 534 lb-ft (724 Nm) of torque between 3,000 and 5,000 rpm. Titanium exhausts make the engine sound better, and the power is routed through a 6-speed Hewland sequential gearbox. Its robotic clutch gives it a semi-automatic mode, for more…

This story appeared first on, 2022-11-23.
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