EVs are what every Automaker is trying to master upon and striving their level best to come first with something that other’s haven’t achieved yet. As a result, we come across some improvements every now and then. The latest addition is Tecnalia..
EVs are what every Automaker is trying to master upon and striving their level best to come first with something that other’s haven’t achieved yet. As a result, we come across some improvements every now and then. The latest addition is Tecnalia Technological Corporation’s experimental electric car that boasts to reach a speed of 140km/h in 10 seconds. Hailed as the Dynacar, the vehicle was presented at the International Eco Friendly Vehicle & Sustainable Mobility Show in Madrid, Spain (20 -23rd May, 2010).
Dynacar car, which is totally an electric car, takes on board the possibility of integrating range extension concepts – a battery or small internal combustion engine that will enable the car battery to be supplied with energy in a supplementary mode. The car is a two seater and uses a single-shell, high-rigidity lightweight chassis of steel and aluminum alloy, with an adjustable deformable parallelogram suspension system for the four wheels.
Power to the Dynacar is provided by a permanent magnet synchronous electric motor that has a peak output of 100KW. All electric vehicle’s total weight is 700 kg with an energy storage capacity of 15kWh. Sprint from 0-100 is achieved in less than 5.7 seconds and has its top speed limited at 140kwh that vehicle achieve in approximately 10 seconds.
With its operating range at about 70km, Dynacar is not only a firm step in electrifying the roads but will also end the woes of speed enthusiasts for electric cars being too slow.