Hybrid Supercar

After winning the 2002 West Philly Hybrid X Team to race Tour de Sol, the team asked the question: 'Why hybrid cars are not very popular? '. This question has generated a new idea – the creation of the world's first hybrid super car – fast, environmentally pure hybrid sports car. West Philly Hybrid X Team began exploring this issue during the summer research program. The team concluded that hybrids require considerable fuel savings, but boring and monotonous. Modern supercars now have very powerful engines that are necessary to disperse the car to a speed that is breathtaking. Students found the car in which a motor increased efficiency in conjunction with a body of lightweight materials, can exceed the speed all the modern performance supercars. To achieve this effect in the K1 Attack used: Platform – 816 kg, W-shaped turbo diesel capacity of 112kW, driving the rear axle, electric AC Propulsions – 149kW, driving the front axle. To save a lot of small new supercar was powered electric motor capacitors discharge from Hi Tech,

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