20.04.2023 Luca Wilhelmy The vehicle Behind this garage door is an electrically powered road vehicle, the Tesla Model Y. Weighing in at 1995 kg and with room for up to 5 people, the Model Y, which has a maximum speed of 250 km/h, is one of the most popular electric vehicles. ... Read more
In this garage is the C-Class from Mercedes. The use of Mucell reduces the weight of the center console by up to 30%.
The BMW 5 Series has always been known for its performance, luxury and cutting-edge technology. The 2003 BMW 5 Series is a prime example of multi-material design, a technique that uses a combination of different materials to create a more efficient design. This luxury sedan features a variety of materials, including steel, aluminum and plastic, strategically placed to optimize the vehicle's performance, safety and fuel efficiency.
In 2013, the first BMW i3 rolled off the production line. As the first electric vehicle, the model was a revolutionary step by the Bavarian automaker.
The vehicle The vehicle shown today is the SLRV developed by DLR, which is the abbreviation for Safe Light Regional Vehicle. That in itself says it all: the goals are safety, lightness and an electrically powered ... Read more
This garage is home to the Ducati Panigale V4. Thanks to its CFRP rims, it is one of the most innovative motorcycles on the market.
This article presents the joint project of Hymer and BASF. It is the futuristic VisionVenture Camper, which gives an insight into the camping of the future. New materials and lightweight construction ideas are leading the way here.
In this garage is the GR Yaris of the Japanese car manufacturer Toyota. The road-legal rally car weighs less than 1300kg despite its all-wheel drive.
The vehicle Today we find in the lightweight garage a vehicle, which consists only of necessary components. Also considered necessary in the case is a 2.0-liter 175 hp Ford Duratec engine: necessary to achieve 3.1 kg/hp power-to-weight ratio and to make the Caterham Superlight R300 of ... Read more
The technology Axial flux motors are designed so that the electromagnetic flux flows parallel to the axis of rotation of the motor, instead of radially between the rotor and stator. This implies efficient use of installation space and, due to the leverage effect of the magnets further away from the axis of rotation, ... Read more