Jorge Anaguano Quijia has submitted his latest attempt to design a concept car dedicated for 24 hours of LeMans in 2030. You can read his explanations below.
This concept car is powered with CAtC system (collection of air to compress), a system that collects air when the car is in motion to a wall cavity, then into high-pressure compressor. Subsequently, the compressor blows compressed air with great force and it will move turbines located at rear tires of the car and the motion is produced. Also, turbines generate electricity that charges the batteries.
Additionally, this car features an electric motor that complement the necessary power in front tires. This car also has the system C&BF (Chasis and Body Fussion) that blends chassis body into a single element, in order to save material and make fast manufacture. Body, air intakes, and spoilers are made of aluminum; chassis, fender, and spoilers are made of fiber carbon.
Assembly between the body and the chassis is simple with 4 set points only. Also, This car has mechanisms that replace other mechanical mechanism and saving material. For example, this car doesn’t use traditional steering system, this is replaced by an electrical system of forces.
Designer : Jorge Anaguano Quijia
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Concept Car for Le Mans 2030 by Jorge Anaguano Quijia is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design