B12/69EV Race Car Concept by Lola Drayson is believed being the fastest electric-powered racing car yet produced, the result of an collaboration between Drayson Racing Technologies and lola cars development group. The particular prototype car was presented in the motorsport industry association’s 2012 low carbon racing conference. The particular vehicle is a great LMP (Le Mans Prototype) racer, the fastest closed-wheel racing cars, which are comparable in order to
formula one open-wheel models. The particular batteries, electric motor, and cooling method are positioned behind the driver. its chassis will be composed of carbon fiber. Utilizing four axial flux oxford YASA motors, the Lola-Drayson B12/69EV generates way up to 850 horsepower,
capable of attaining speeds of up to 320 km/hour (199 mph). your car travels from zero in order to 60mph (100 km/hr) in three seconds, as well as zero to 100mph in Your five.1 seconds.
The racecar provides the first real-world implementation of the new generation of lithium nanophosphate battery cells, lasting fifteen minutes. This charges via a qualcomm haloIPT wireless induction system, utilizing recharging pads for the garage pavement that generate energy towards the coils built into the floor with the vehicle. Precautions were taken to ensure that the batteries discharge upon impact, in order to minimize risk of explosion or perhaps fire.