An iconic brand has risen from the ashes. Loryc, a Mallorcan brand rich with heritage, has been brought back to life with a little help from Opel and the Adam.
There’s a catch, though. The Loryc brand returns with a full electric propulsion system, but with a classic aluminum body.
It’s the brainchild of Karl-Heinz “Charly” Bosch, who fitted the vehicle with 24 components from the Opel Adam to create a modern take on the classic car. The front wheel suspension, rear axle, steering, brakes and handbrake all come straight from the Opel Adam, which Bosch says were all keys to keeping safety and reliability a priority.
“The extremely light ADAM components had two decisive advantages. They increased range and were a key reason the Loryc may be driven on the road today,” Bosch said.
With the help from Opel, three more Loryc vehicles will exit his workshop with continued hope for success. Opel says its ready and willing to keep providing.
“When Mr. Bosch told us about his plans and asked for support, we immediately came on board. We are proud to be part of this project.”