Final pre-production testing of the road-legal, limited-edition Praga Bohema continues at the Slovakiaring
New photos of the pre-production Praga Bohema during testing on track have been released.
Praga’s test and development team, led by experienced single-seat and GT3 racer Josef Král, continues to fine-tune the car’s chassis, on-road compliance, and aerodynamics at the full 700hp configuration.
Based at the second-longest race track in Europe, the company’s ‘home’ Slovakiaring circuit, focus has also been placed on honing the Bohema’s interior comfort, progressive and rapid acceleration and braking, and cooling set-up over short sprints and long distances.
At a targeted 982kgs wet weight (without fuel), the road-legal Bohema aims to match GT3 race car lap times on its semi-slick Pirelli tyres, yet also be comfortable and practical for overnight road trips: final pre-production testing is aimed at combining these two historically opposed elements into a unique driver and passenger experience.
With the Bohema due to go on sale this summer, the Praga Bohema will retail at €1.36m (plus taxes) and is due to be available in all major car markets with sales and/or service representation under discussion with many of the world’s leading luxury and performance car retailers: from Australia and Japan, to Germany and the USA.
Praga has committed to honour the estimated pre-production price of €1.28m announced in late-2022 to all existing depositers and is targeting the car to be road-legal in all territories and available in left or right hand drive. Allocation of the 89 cars over the four years of production is split approximately 25 per cent each regionally for The Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East-Africa.