A group of students from the University of Stuttgart has set a world record for the acceleration from zero to hundred kilometers per hour. Construction of an electric car could gain “hundreds” of 1,779 seconds, according to Electric Autosport.
Check held on the runway of the aerodrome JadeWeserAirport in northeastern Germany. After several attempts, a student of the University of Prisca Schmid was able to surpass the previous 0.006 seconds achievement belonged ETH Zurich and Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
The car equipped with four electric motors, in the amount of developing 136 hp forces, and a set of battery capacity 6.62 per kilowatt-hour. Weight machines, built for the Formula Student competition (team Green Team), amounted to 160 kilograms.
The achievement has not yet formally entered into the Guinness Book of Records, but the project participants said that the record will be registered in the next few weeks.