Jun 24, 2015 - 08:56 am

DeltaWing, GreenGT, Forsee Power & HyPS, Entropy Racing.

DeltaWing-EVDeltaWing goes all-electric: Don Panoz wants the DeltaWing GT chassis to be fitted with compact direct-drive electric motors. His company Braselton and the Georgia Institute of Technology are six months into a programme to realize exactly that. If successful, the vehicle could be submitted as a future Garage 56 entry at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
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Fuel cell racer announced: GreenGT will present its GreenGT H2 during the French leg of the FIA WTCC on Saturday. The racer features a 400 kW fuel cell stack developed by SymbioFCell and is propelled by two 200 kW electric motors, delivering a whopping 4,000 Nm of torque.

Hybrid yacht propulsion: French battery integrator Forsee Power announces its partnership with Dutch Hybrid Propulsion Systems (HyPS). Together, the two companies plan to create a unique hybrid propulsion system for the super yacht industry.

Entropy Racing announced that it will participate in the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with three of its Electric Vehicle Sports Racers (EVSRs), built, tested and prepped in just three months. The idea is to showcase how affordable and low maintenance their brand of electric racing is.

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Most clicked link on Tuesday was the picture of the mystery Porsche under wraps, which is possibly the all-electric 717.


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