With the development of our third generation of a racing car, we are striving to realise a competitive vehicle based on the knowledge gained from the previous models. A central focus is on reducing the overall weight and simplifying the electrical system.

The two electric motors that drive the wheel hubs are supplied with energy by a specially developed high-voltage battery. This drive concept enables the implementation of optimised control systems. In conjunction with modern, decoupled suspension systems on both the front and rear axles and a comprehensive aerodynamics package, we are striving for a fundamental innovation in driving behaviour.


We have made ground-breaking progress with the development of our third generation of racing cars. The focus was on reducing weight and simplifying the electrical system for optimised handling.

  • Weight: 260 kg
  • Dimensions: 3,1 x 1,45 x 1,2 m
  • Maximal speed: 120 km/h
  • Wheelbase: 1550 mm
  • Power: 70 kW (95 PS)
  • In-house developed accumulator system with a focus on reducing weight and complexity
  • Voltage: 600 VDC (144s4p), capacity: 6.2 kWh
  • Self-developed battery management system
  • Active air cooling
  • Weight-reduced tubular steel frame
  • Improved torsional stiffness
  • Decoupled spring / damper system 
  • Pullrod independent suspension with double wishbones
  • Topology-optimised wheel carriers on the front axle
  • Additively manufactured, topology-optimised control arm elements
  • Downforce-optimised aerodynamics package
  • Front, side and rear wings made of carbon fibre
  • Closed undertray with diffuser
  • Independent PMSM wheel hub motors
  • Two-stage planetary gearbox for each motor
  • Total torque: 700Nm
  • Water cooling through additively manufactured cooling housings



first active participation
at FSA

Passed all scruitineerings at FSA

First driving

Newly developed
accumulator system


Philipp von Sickingen

Team Captain

Florian Inderster

Technical Lead

Patrik Pfluger

Technical Lead

David Schneider

Business Lead