Torquing through Covid lockdown

The national lockdowns of 2020 may have helped advance the design and development of the next generation of hyper-efficient city cars, as reorganisation of an annual endurance competition lead one of the teams to re-focus its efforts. Every year since...

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Drehmomentsensor verbessert Effizienz eines Stadtautos

Available in other languages: Seit 2005 arbeiten die Teams des Eco-Runner Delft (TU Delft) am Bau des weltweit effizientesten wasserstoffbetriebenen Autos. Gleiche Aufgabe, neues Team: Jedes Jahr übernimmt ein neues Studententeam die Aufgabe, ein wasserstoffbetriebenes Auto zu konstruieren und zu...

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Torque Sensor improves efficiency hydrogen-powered city car

Available in other languages: Eco-Runner Team Delft (TU Delft) is working on building the world’s most efficient hydrogen-powered car. This has been their goal since they were founded in 2005. Each year, a new team takes on the challenge to...

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Eco-Runner X by Team Delft – Reveal

Eco-Runner Team Delft reveals the world’s most efficient hydrogen-powered city car; the Eco-Runner X. Designed and built by an autonomous team of 27 top students of the Delft University of Technology, the vehicle is set to push the boundaries of...

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