It looks like China is taking a step into the track toy scene with this new Weltmeister Champion under the WM Motors company which was founded in 2016. The new product boasts some rather bold claims thanks to the wonders of electric drive technology.
Based on information sourced by Auto Home, the Weltmeister Champion employs a 1 400 kWh high performance battery pack that has been developed for FIA competition. This setup provides a power output of 600 kW to a dual-motor all-wheel drive system. With this, the manufacturer claims a 0-100 km/h time of 1,8 seconds.
This equipment is combined with carbon fibre composite structural components and a water cooling system, which not only greatly reduces weight but also ensures system safety. At the same time, it is also equipped with a 400 volt high-voltage motor customised for the track use.
The chassis of the Weltmeister Champion is based on the company’s Weimar W6 crossover chassis but, as you can see, significant revisions have been made to the design. This includes a large amount of aerodynamic components to enhance downforce and a closed front grille. This is matched with the exaggerated three-stage air intake below, which also enhances its dynamic presence.
Over at the rear, the Weltmeister Champion boasts an exaggerated rear wing which claims to guide airflow to provide considerable downforce.