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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

An Ecological Vehicle Concept

The charm of the Geneva Motor Show is not only able to anesthetize the automotive industry only, the proof is enthusiastic to take part in the Geneva Motor Show also make the mechanic and automotive design school such as the Espera Sbarro Montbéliard School of Design prepare a concept car to participate in the automotive exhibition.
Sbarro Réact' E.V. (Picture from: http://www.caranddriver.com/)
The students of Espera Sbarro Montbéliard School of Design, France is participated in the Geneva Motor Show 2013, by sending one of their hybrid car works. It turned out that the car is not inferior to the product of the world's auto manufacturers. Rumor is that it took the students just 13 weeks to get it all together and that the two-seater coupe actually runs.
Right side view Sbarro Réact' E.V. (Picture from: http://www.caranddriver.com/)
Their hybrid car have stunning design and good performance, it given name the Réact' E.V. (the periods between the "e" and the "v" – this isn't an electric vehicle, it's an "Ecological Vehicle" with a hybrid powertrain). In collaboration with several University of Technology throughout the State, the students will not only build a design study or merely a concept car, but actually building a sports car that will be used to participate on the race event.
Rear view Sbarro Réact' E.V. (Picture from: http://www.caranddriver.com/)
Behind its dazzling body design saves the hybrid powertrain which is a combination of the Peugeot V6 engine that can generate power of 210 hp to turns the rear wheels and two DC brushless motors that are each worth 100 kW and 553 lbs-ft of torque to turn the front wheels. They get juice from a 24-kWh battery pack and combined grunt is said to be 484 hp. *** [EKA | FROM PREVIOUS SOURCES | ESPERA SBARRO MONTBELIARD | AUTOBLOG]
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