German electric vehicle goes 1,014 miles (1,631.5 kilometres) on a charge
That’s the Schluckspecht E developed at Offenburg University of Applied Sciences in collaboration with Frauenhofter Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems.
The electric vehicle sports extremely aerodynamic bodywork, two hub-mounted electric motors and an optimized battery management system that evenly divides the load among 14 individual lithium-cobalt battery packs.
More vapourware from Germany? Perhaps, but something good will surely come from it. Continue reading Climate clippings 40