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Kalki 2898 AD: Here’s All You Need to Know about 6 Tonne Heavy Car Used in Film

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Bujji Car in Kalki 2898 AD. (Photo: AutocarIndia)

Talking about the overall size, the vehicle flaunts an impressive length of 6075 mm, a height of 2186 mm and a width of 3380 mm.

Nag Ashwin’s upcoming Sci-Fi thriller Kalki 2898 AD, featuring Prabhas, Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone and Kamal Haasan, making waves on the internet. The makers already released the teaser on digital platforms, hinting about the plot of the movie. The one element in the movie that deserves special attention is the AI-car-powered car called Bujji.

In case you are wondering if the car has been generated using some AI or special effects, then wait, let us burst the bubble for you. The makers have taken help from the homegrown manufacturers Mahindra and Jayem Automotive to build this futuristic vehicle. Wondering makes the Bujji so special? Scroll down to know.

Is Bujji a Real Vehicle?

Starting from the design, both the company tried to build the Bujji as real as they could. It has been reported that the car weighs 6 tonnes, featuring custom-built 34.4-inch hubless rims at the front, while the rear section has been treated with an impressive single wheel. This makes it easy for the Bujji to freely in any direction.

Size and Power

The makers also have used a special canopy at the driver’s side, which makes it look like some futuristic aircraft. When it comes to the overall size, the vehicle flaunts an impressive length of 6075 mm, a height of 2186 mm and a width of 3380 mm.

The report also suggested that the car is powered by a robust 47kw battery setup, which churns out a maximum power of 126 bhp and 9800 Nm of peak torque.

Here’s What Anand Mahindra Says About Bujji

Sharing the details about the Bujji, Mahindra and Mahindra’s Chairperson Anand Mahindra also Tweeted that reads, ” Our team in Mahindra Research Valley in Chennai helped the Kalki team realize its vision for a futuristic vehicle by simulating the powertrain configuration, architecture and performance. In fact, the vehicle runs on two Mahindra e-motors powering the rear spherical wheel! And Jayem Automotives put it all together. Let the games begin, the post added.