The GreenTeam Uni Stuttgart driver achieved the best start for an electric car
students of The green team is United of Stuttgart Be proud of them. They succeeded in developing an electric car capable of setting a world record for the fastest start in history. In fact, to reach the speed of 100 km/h, the pilot took just 1.461 seconds.
Suffice it to say you don’t need to blink to appreciate this moment! This Electric carbuilt by twenty students, the acceleration is “roughly equivalent to the force experienced by astronauts when a rocket enters Earth’s atmosphere,” according to the GreenTeam website.
An extraordinary record
It is not This is not the first time that the green team has broken this record. In 2012, already, a hot start took the car to 100 km/h in just 2.681 seconds. Subsequently, a better time was achieved at Netherlands and then Switzerland, until the German team got it in 2015 (1.779 seconds). The Swiss team broke the record in 2016 (1.513 seconds) and it has stood ever since. This is the second record attempt Green team This year after almost a year of preparation. Technical problems forced the team to cancel the first attempt scheduled for early September. The car collided with the barriers and sustained severe damage.
The Guinness World Book Said that The record is confirmed On the test track in Renningen, Germany on September 23.
The fastest electric car around
To get an idea of the speed reached by the vehicle, it travels the length A falling body needs half the time … This is a real win for the student body.
Support from various associations and HWA, former partner Mercedes At Formula E, twenty students developed a state-of-the-art single-seater. Over the course of a year, they built a vehicle from scratch inside a Specially dedicated campusin Stuttgart.
A carbon car only weighs 145 kg and has power 180kW. It has two motors with traction on four wheels, which is unusual for a single-seater. Considering its weight, it reaches acceleration 2.5 g 1750 horsepower per ton.
Here Official video In the approved record: