2019 Piëch Mark Zero
Switzerland is known for a lot of things - chocolate, ski resorts, a square flag… but all-electric sports cars? Not so much. However, that could very well change with the introduction of the 2019 Piëch Mark Zero. Offered as the very first model from Piëch Automotive, a German-Swiss automaker based out of Zürich and Munich, the Mark Zero is a high-powered two-door EV with grand tourer aspirations, plus a low-three-second 0-to-60 mph time and head-turning good looks. Making its formal public debut with home-field advantage at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, the Mark Zero could also provide the underpinnings for a number of upcoming models, as well as the most important EV battery tech upgrade of the modern era.
The 2019 Piëch Mark Zero Is a Niche EV Sportscar Done Right
The 2019 Geneva Motor Show is coming to a close, and as the dust settles, it’s time to take a moment and reflect on all the big debuts that swept across the Palexpo convention center. Unsurprisingly, sports cars and all-electric powertrains occupied a good deal of available real estate this year, and Piëch Automotive’s Mark Zero stood out as a fantastic example of how to combine the two into a single niche vehicle.
Piëch Mark Zero Is a New Swiss EV That Promises Supercar Acceleration and Ultra-Quick Charge Times
The all-electric performance war is heating up at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, with the latest combatant coming from Piëch Automotive, a fresh-faced Swiss automaker based out of Zürich. It’s called the Mark Zero, and it promises impressive EV sportiness and amazing technology. What’s more, this could be the first in a line of new vehicles slated to drop in the next several years from the up-and-coming brand.