Electromobile students from Stuttgart set a new world record of acceleration


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On July 18, the electric team of the Green Team of Stuttgart University broke the world record of acceleration among electric vehicles, established in late 2014 by students of the University of Applied Sciences of Lucerne. Model E0711-6 reached a speed of 100 km / h for 1.779 seconds, which exceeded the previous record by 0.006 seconds.

The development of the machine was carried out under the sponsorship of the manufacturer of electric motors AMK Group, which provided the team with unique servo drives. Four independent ultra compact engines with a power of 32 kW each allow a total torque of 1200 Nm. The electronic traction control and torque distribution system made it possible to perfectly match the operation of electric motors and minimize the slippage of the wheels.

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The record is fixed on races «Jade Race Mariensiel» and the winners expect it to be recognized by the Guinness Book of Records. This achievement of the university team Green Team promotes the popularization of electric vehicles among the population and attests to their great potential. Recall that the electric car Tesla Model S P85 D accelerates to 100 km / h in 2.8 seconds and can go up to 300 miles (483 km) on one battery charge.

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