Venturi has much to do before the finalised Fetish is unveiled at next year's Paris show. This is made possible due to the Venturi Fetish's onboard charger. The original Fetish, shown at the Paris motor show, had a Renault petrol engine and was effectively an enlarged though still smalluprated, rebodied Renault Spider. Parisian designer Sacha Lakic created the car's futuristic design. The capacity of the car to reach mph in 4. Damp roads caused the electronic traction control essential with that instant torque delivery to activate frequently early in my drive. In addition, the presence of a monocoque carbon chassis plus the architecture as a whole make it worthy of comparison to a racing car.
In addition, the presence of a monocoque carbon chassis plus the architecture as a whole make it worthy of comparison to a racing car.
The electric motor, driving the rear wheels via a reduction gear, spins up to 14,rpm and develops bhp. Of course, the noise, or relative lack of it, is the weirdest thing in this car. Then, weirdly, nothing happens - no sound or vibration - until you do the pedal-crunching. A full battery recharge at 80 Amps takes 3. Now produced in Monoco, the production of the Venturi Fetish is limited to just 25 new vehicles per year making it one of the most rare and sought after specialty cars in the last 10 years. Specifications Engine Electric motor, lithium-ion batteries Max power bhp 14,rpm Max torque lb ft, instantly 4. The steering is pin-sharp, though its assistance behaved erratically during my test, making low-speed manoeuvres a chore.