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Saturday, August 1, 2015

The fastest electric car in the world

GreeanTeam is a group of students of Stuttgart University, Germany that has managed to break the Guinness World Record by creating the fastest electric-powered cars in the world.
The GreenTeam car was built by a team of 40 students at Stuttgart University in Germany. Some of the engineers who have been involved in the project are pictured above on the day of the record attempt. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1MyKtAZ)
As quoted from Daily Mail, the car is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 1.779 seconds or 0.006 seconds faster than the previous record.
The car was driven by student Priska Schmid (pictured) at the Jade Weser Airport Airport in northern Germany. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1MyKtAZ)
Car with a design resembling the F-1 car was capable of producing 100 kW with four-wheel drive system and using battery-powered 6.62 kWh. With the weight of the vehicle about 160 kilograms, the ratio between power and weight of this car is 1.6 kg/kW.
The team have used the latest battery technology and composite materials to reduce the weight of their car, allowing them to shave 0.006 seconds off the previous world record. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1MyKtAZ)
And their vehicle boats a sophisticated suspension, all wheel drive, electric and mechanic braking and a full body aerodynamics package.
To achieve time of 1.779 seconds, the GreenTeam made several experiments in the Jade Weser Airport. Finally, when driving by Priska Schmid can achieved the fastest time in the name of Greenteam of Stuttgart University. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GREENTEAM UNI STUTTGART | DAILY MAIL]
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