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Published on March 21st, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan

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Plug-In Hybrid Sports Car From Old-School Belgian Company Imperia

March 21st, 2013 by  

Another pretty plug-in hybrid electric sports car is coming to market. This one from the old-school car company Imperia out of Belgium.

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Chris DeMorro of Gas2 writes: “Imperia estimates that the Wiesmann GT will be able to go about 37 miles on electricity only, and fuel consumption with a fully charged battery will be over 123 mpg. Sounds incredible, and as such it is prohibitively expensive, costing more than $160,000. A more ‘basic’ version costing just $124,000 will be made available later.”

Check out more details, commentary, and pics on Gas2The Wiesmann GT Is A Hybrid Sports Car To Envy
 
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