This vehicle type has the potential
to reach record breaking
energy efficiency in this category.
Working within the rules, teams will consider
size and weight, and how to make it as streamlined
and aerodynamic as possible.
Designed for teams to consider city driving,
these cars are closer to passenger cars in appearance.
They must be built to consider human needs such as driver comfort and space
for luggage, and to more road-worth specifications including four wheels and a windscreen wiper.
It’s a challenge for teams to create maximum energy
efficiency with these added mandatory elements included.
“First in Asia, Regional Winners of Road To 2050 - Bonus Challenge”
“First in Asia, Regional Winners of Virtual Technical Inspection”
“First in Asia, Regional Winners of Electric Vehicle Battery Charging Challenge in the Pitch The Future Competition”
“In the Top 5 of Tracking and Reducing CO2 emissions from Vehicles in the Pitch The Future Competition”
“First in India , with a fuel efficiency of 270 kmpl of gasoline”.
“Off-Track Safety Awards Winner for the safety precautions and behaviour of Team Members”
“First ever student team from India to manufacture a carbon fibre monocoque body.”
“Mastered the process of Vacuum Infusion Technique for manufacturing FRP Bodies.”
“Successful Implementation of Dog Clutch Mechanism for Improved Coasting Abilities”
“First team from India to complete all technical inspection in a single attempt.”
“First in India and 5th in Asia, with a fuel efficiency of 153 kmpl of gasoline”