A new car could soon be ready to race in Formula E, thanks to a new research project from University of California, Irvine.
The UCI has developed a new hybrid engine that uses a high-pressure gas turbine to produce the electrical power for the car.
This technology is similar to the technology that powers electric cars.
The University of Southern California and the UCI partnered to create the car, which is due to be officially unveiled at the 2017 Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez at the end of the month.
The car’s name will be Autodrome Hermanos, after a German city that was the site of the famous race in 1869.
The research will allow the UCi team to build an engine that is powerful enough to power an electric vehicle.
UCI team member David Gavrilets says the engine will be a combination of an advanced hybrid and an electric car.
“This hybrid engine is based on the same principle as a battery, where the energy is converted into electricity,” he says.
The car will have four electric motors and a pair of lithium ion batteries that can store up to 20 kilowatts of energy.”
In terms of the performance, we’re actually looking at the range.”
The car will have four electric motors and a pair of lithium ion batteries that can store up to 20 kilowatts of energy.
It will have a top speed of 150km/h (93mph), a range of 200 kilometres and a top weight of 5.4 tonnes.
The team is currently working on the design, which Gavridis says will be the first to achieve such performance in a production vehicle.
“We will be very excited to see what we achieve in terms of range, torque and power,” he said.
“The engine is a bit of a radical idea, but we are very excited about what we’re going to achieve with it.”
I think it’s a bit like the way electric vehicles are built in general.
We want to make it as efficient as possible, but at the same time we’re not interested in the engine design at all.
“The UCi research is being led by Professor Chris Dutton, who is a co-founder of the electric-car technology company Tesla.”
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I think that’s what we want to achieve.”UCI’s research will focus on developing the technology for the electric car that could be on the market before the end on 2019.
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