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B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept





 B7 electric super race car is a new concept car that was designed by Filip Tejszerski. This drive-by-wire concept car was inspired by aero planes and may reach 500km/h for its top speed.


B7 electric super race car is powered by V8 internal combustion engine as its generator and will be connected with a LPG for charging the super capacitors which is located in the underbody.


B7 electric super race car provides two seats for the driver and its co-driver on a central tandem position. As have been said by the designer, that he wants to make a speed record amongst all internal combustion cars. This hybrid concept car also attached with Speed and Control Computer (SCC) to control the vehicles through its traction, air brakes, and suspension.





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Research into the field of emerging super capacitors in the automotive context led me to predict that this will be a significant next step in Hybrid drive trains. Instead of heavy batteries, super capacitors will be used to store and discharge electricity. They have the potential to be smaller and lighter than current battery types. But the main advantage is the tremendous power burst feature they could offer. The power rate during this limited burst time is many times more than any battery system. It is this technology that the B7 uses to overcome the high wind resistance beyond 400km/h, and reach 500km/h.



To charge the super capacitors, a LPG powered V8 internal combustion engine acts as the generator. This engine is not connected to the wheels. Four brushless hub motors, one in each wheel, provide the drive and braking for the vehicle. They are cabled to the Speed and Control Computer (SCC) and the super capacitors located in the underbody. B7 Electric Super Race Car is a drive-by-wire concept, meaning a central computer controls all power and drive inputs, sending them to the wheels and automatic air control surfaces accordingly. Even during the rapid deceleration phase, the SCC is able to provide enough power via the super capacitors to halt the vehicle still whilst controlling traction, raising air brakes, and adjusting suspension activated vehicle pitch.


In control of this technology sits the Driver and co-driver in a central tandem position enclosed by a sectioned jet cockpit style cabin. The design does allow B7 Electric Super Race Car to be driven with the cockpit partially open, however for high speed runs the aerodynamic loads dictate a closed air-conditioned driving mode.







   
   

 

B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept
B7 Electric Super Race Car Concept



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