Magna Steyr Mila Plus Hybrid Concept going to Geneva image

The Magna Steyr Mila Plus Hybrid Concept will be making its public premiere on the 3rd of March, during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, as the company has recently announced.

One of the biggest automotive events of the year, if not the biggest, the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, will see a lot of world debuts and the list is getting longer and longer with each passing day. The newest model to be announced for the Swiss automotive even is the Magna Steyr Mila Plus Hybrid Concept, a two-seater sports car which should be put into production over the next two or three years.

According to the Austrian based automaker, the model mentioned above is a two-seater sports car which is coming with an aluminum frame with integrated batteries. Thanks to this, the stiffness has been increased, as the company is explaining, and the total weight of the one-off model stands at 1,520 kg.

The most important part of the Magna Steyr Mila Plus Hybrid Concept is found under its hood, where the 3-cylinder petrol engine is resting. This is backed up by two electric motors, each mounted on an axle, which should allow the model to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill in just 4.9 seconds in hybrid mode and to accelerate from 0 to 80 km/h (50 mph) in 3.6 seconds in the all-electric mode. No power figures have been released at this time but the total range of the car is 500 km (310 miles) and the CO2 emissions stand at just 32 g/km.