The Morand vision to create a sustainable, Swiss hypercar using the latest technologies as an integral part of performance. Together with Bcomp, other Swiss company, they're developing a fully electric Hypercar and also a hybrid version. Production of these low-production cars is planned in 2023
Bcomp's natural fiber technology is the ideal solution for this racing-focused supercar, it focuses on performance, luxury and sustainability. Natural fiber composite materials will be used for the exterior body of the Morand Hypercar and the entire interior.
Now, all of us have witnessed the most significant technological change in the history of the automotive industry. The powertrain is only a small part of the puzzle.
Although the demand for high-performance cars has not decreased, we see that sustainability has become an increasingly important aspect for customers. Discerning customers are now looking for how brands can integrate sustainability into the entire automotive ecosystem, including the materials used in cars.
Bcomp natural fiber composite materials can match the performance of traditional carbon fiber, while reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 75%, and will not be landfilled as often as carbon fiber composite materials.
With a power of more than 2000 bhp and a top speed of more than 400 km/h, according the brand, Morand Hypercar will provide outstanding performance and a reputation for sustainable development.