Hi, how many car models allowed to enter per person and how many trims allowed per model?
Just one and one I think. I’d like to give everyone as equal a shot as possible.
Amazing challenge, I wish you success. As for me, I do think the EV revolution has a great advantage. With powertrains so efficient, body efficiency is not as needed as before, and so, a neo-classic, less aero focused market can establish realistically. And I do have some big companies sharing the same mindset.
I’ve avoided the previous modern and ev challenges because I think this is what peak EV design looks like.
Also, are full EV brands allowed?
Absolutely! You’re free to start a new brand, subsidiary, or whatever.
Given the lack of questions, I’ll be opening up entries from November 2, 1PM EST, and they will be open until Monday Nov. 9, 11:59PM EST. I’ve also added the caveats to the rules that the cars must be production ready (that means no concepts) and that I will attempt to be as objective as possible, but subjectivity in design is natural. If you cannot accept that then I’m sorry.
Looks stunning. I can see hints of Ferrari F8 Tributo in the front, and McLaren Sports Series at the rear.
This is the next golden era for Pagasus Motorsport, The 2020 Pagasus motorsport Project-E, the first EV for Pagasus motorsport.
it is powered by 5 high performance motors by AT auto, 2 at the front and 3 at the rear, each making 350hp, a total of 1750hp. it has a 120 kW⋅h Battery allows for 460km of range.
it can goes from 0-100km/h in less that 2 seconds and have a top speed of 420km/h+
it also got a comfortable interior so that you can have a great ride.
2025 Riber Ampere 1
Named after the French physicist in electromagnetism, the Riber Ampere 1 is the Danish automaker’s current flagship EV.
Fibre glass panels with a glued aluminium monocoque chassis, weighing 2000kg in total
Lithium ion battery in mid-engine layout, creating an output of 100 kW/h and a range of 500 km before needing a 30-minute recharge.
IWD, four permanent magnet motors at each wheel, creating an output of 700hp (175hp each)
19in alloy rims, sports compound tires (P250 front, P300 rear)
300mm carbon ceramic brakes, 2 pistons
Motors require a key and a heat source (so no robots can turn the car on)
4-door coupe with 2 seats (with adjustable rear seating), hand-made interior complete with seat heating, windscreen HUD, a Tesla-sponsored self-driving mode, and glowing contour lights
2 front swan doors, 2 rear sliding back towards the rear axle
0-100 in 3.1 seconds; 355 km/h (220 mph) top speed possible, limited to 320 km/h (about 199 mph)
I don’t see any, but are there any naming conventions?
If you could use the naming convention TEF With your username, that would be great. Thank you for that. For those that submitted, Don’t worry about it though.
Oh, and I suppose this wasn’t entirely clear either but I do need the .car file. A forum post alone is not an entry.
Don’t mind the first picture’s name
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2022 Quezon Laguna GT-e
Embrace the new electric future.
Welcome to the future of power. No other car in its class will be able to topple this one.
Twin 327kW electric motors power all four wheels of the Laguna GT-e, with torque vectoring technology derived from our 4-DRIVE™️ system, both acceleration and handling are greatly enhanced even with all the heavy technology packed within.
2.0s / 172 mph / 370mi
With its 175kWh battery, the Laguna GT-e maintains an unprecedented range for a
vehicle within its class. Only fitting for our flagship electric performance coupe.
With Quezon’s 1,500+ and counting LightingStop™️ locations across the nation, you can charge up to 190mi of range in under 20 minutes wherever and whenever.
Specifications & Pricing - 327kW
- Motor | Three-phase, four-pole AC induction electric motor
- Power and Torque (Individual) | 327kW (438hp) and 610N⋅m (450lb-ft)
- Total Power Output | 654kW (846hp) / 1220N⋅m (900lb-ft)
- Acceleration (0-60mph) | 2.0s
- Top Speed | 172 mph
- Battery | 175kWh Lithium-ion
- Maximum estimated range | 370mi
- Front Brakes | 6-piston Bremsi calipers / 375mm vented rotors
- Rear Brakes | 4-piston Bremsi calipers / 355mm vented rotors
- Rims & Tyres | 21-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels / 255/40R21
- MSRP | $116,999
Damn look at that unit of a battery