The Nach 1 is a concept for a fun 3-seater sports car
from Argentinean firm Bravo Motor Company, headed by Miguel
The Nach 1 is essentially a fusion between a city car
and a buggy. The idea was to mix different kinds of uses
for different kinds of environments and landscapes. Off-road
it could be a fun dune-buggy, and on-road a semi-practical
city-car. To do both duties the Nach 1 is fitted with
height adjustable pneumatic suspension.
The Nach 1 is built from lightweight materials including
aluminium for the chassis, rotomoulded Polyethylene for
the body, and Makrolon for the clear cockpit.
The light overall weight of the Bravo Motor Company Nach
1, only 600kg (1322 lbs), combined with a 163 horsepower
1400cc engine means the Nach 1 should be capable of satisfying
most drivers needs.
The driver of the Nach 1 sits in a central position, with
a further two seats positioned behind, all three seats
have integrated audio speakers. This configuration not
only improves the fun factor but it also allows the Nach
1 to utilise a tapering fighter-jet style canopy.
Other interesting features of the Nach 1 concept include
the rear spoiler which when not in use retracts into the
bodywork, and the removable canopy which can be detached
leaving the passengers to enjoy the fresh air.