Students of the mechanical engineering high school in Koper developed an aerodynamic hybrid vehicle eRocket mark 0. The aim of the project, in which more than 2,000 hours of work was invested, was to bring together the seemingly incompatible electric and reaction drives. The result is a completely functional vehicle that uses GEM in-wheel motors. The prototype hybrid vehicle will be presented in October at the International Trade Fair for Electric and Hybrid Mobility in Munich.
- Two 4 kW GEM in-wheel motors in rear wheels
- Peak torque 300Nm
- Mximum speed 80 km/h
- 70km range for city drive
- LiFePO4 battery pack with BMS
- Hybrid drive
More about the project (in Slovenian).