Tecnalia Technological Corporation, a Spanish company, has recently unveiled its first experimental car they called Dynacar, capable to reach a top speed of 140 kilometres per hour in just 10 seconds. The presentation took place in Madrid at the International Eco Friendly Vehicle & Sustainable Mobility Show which has been held between the 20th and 23rd of May.
Together with the fact that ‘Dynacar’ is a 100% electric vehicle, it has the possibility to have a battery on board or, why not, a small internal combustion engine that will let the car battery be powered with electricity in a supplemental mode. The two-seater vehicle has a complete instrument panel to validate systems relative to lateral and longitudinal dynamics. The car’s chassis is made of aluminum alloy and a high-rigidity lightweight steel. Besides this, the four wheels have an adjustable deformable parallelogram suspension system .
Having an energy storage capacity of 15 kWh and a total weight of 700 kg, the car also has a peak power of 100 kW provided by a permanent magnet synchronous electric motor. This Dynacar could reach 100 km/h in just 5.7 seconds and while used in urban cycle the battery would last for some 70 kilometres. “An appropriate distance for the purpose of the experimental vehicle,” said Tecnalia officials.