Artega SE Electric Sports Concept Cars

 
Artega SE Electric Sports Concept Cars
This sports car is the first car made Artega developed using electrical technology. This electric car was built based Artega GT and has a body that is identical. But 2011 Artega Concept Car - SE Electric Sports Cars Concept has a weight of 100 kg lighter than the Artega GT, which is 1400 kg. At the 81st Geneva Motor Show from 1-13 March 2011, Artega Automobil GmbH & Co. KG will introduce an electric version of its mid-engine sports car. “Our aim is to combine environmental responsibility with the passion for aut omobiles,” said Artega chief executive Peter Muller. German specialty marque Artega has debuted an electric variant of its mid-engined GT model called the Artega SE (Sport Electric). This Artega Concept Car - SE Electric Sports Cars Concept was made by a German automaker.
Artega SE Electric Sports Concept Cars 

With this forward-looking project, the company headquartered in Delbruck once again demonstrates the benefits and strengths of its manufacturing plant. Technical expertise and quick decision-making processes have enabled the company to implement a completely new drive concept in a very short period of time. Artega has also cooperated with the Fraunhofer Institute, one of the most competent development partners in the automotive sector. The research organization bought two Artega vehicles more than a year ago to test their feasibility as electrically powered cars.
Artega SE Electric Sports Concept Cars

Artega Concept Car - SE Electric Sports Cars Concept is powered by two electric motors mounted on the rear axle, operate independently as each drives one of the rear axles, with a total output of 280 kW (380 horsepower) give the car its powerful thrust. The two engines operate independently, with each driving one of the rear wheels. Furthermore, the Artega Concept Car - SE Electric Sports Cars Concept comprises 16 tried-and-tested battery modules with lithium ion polymer cells with each of these modules containing 12 battery cells which operate for the most part autonomously.
Artega SE Electric Sports Concept Cars

Artega Concept Car - SE Electric Sports Cars Concept claim this concept electric sports car capable of accelerating from 0-100 km / h in just 4.3 seconds or 0.5 seconds faster than the Artega GT Sport gasoline. Unlike electric cars in general, Artega Concept Car - SE Electric Sports Cars Concept has a top speed of more than 250 km / hour. The entire drive train weight just 150 kilograms. The degree of efficiency is extremely high, namely more than 90%. 2011 Artega Sport Electric Concept is also claimed to cover the distance of 200 km with a full battery condition and with normal driving. While charging the battery only takes 90 minutes through home electrical socket.
Artega SE Electric Sports Concept Cars

Following Mr. Muller’s presentation, Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart will elucidate the technical features of the Artega SE. The initials stand for “Sport Electric.” The initiator of the E-mobility project is convinced of the advantages of electrically powered sports cars. “Sports car drivers usually have a very dynamic driving style, with frequent acceleration and braking, which is very energy inefficient. But electric cars recuperate the energy lost through braking and return it to the battery. In addition, unlike combustion engine vehicles, electric vehicles convert the full extent of the engine torque immediately, which makes driving them a completely new, very dynamic experience.” “Our goal is to combine environmental responsibility with a passion for cars,” said Artega Automobil GmbH & Co. CEO Peter Müller in company press releases. Artega is weighing the possibility of taking SE for production as the company has a total production capacity of 500 units per year at facilities in Delbrück, Germany. Artega is able to offer the exclusive SE at the attractive price of 150,000 euros. This price lies between that of existing first-generation sports cars and the anticipated price of mass-produced electric sports cars that have been announced by the major manufacturers. The Artega will always remain an exclusive product.

ESFLOW Concept Nissan 2011 Concept Car

 
ESFLOW Concept Nissan 2011 Concept Car 

The Nissan Concept Car - 2011 Nissan ESFLOW Concept will be unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show (3-13 March) where it will share the Nissan stand with a number of other innovative and exciting newcomers - but with one major difference: these are production ready. The Nissan ESFLOW electric sports car concept isn’t scheduled to be unveiled until the 2011 Geneva Motor Show in just a couple of weeks. Nissan plans to reveal its new electric concept, called Esflow, at the Chicago Auto Show this year. The Nissan Concept Car - 2011 Nissan ESFLOW Concept will make its world debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show from March.
Nissan has a reputation for creating some of the most exhilarating sports cars on the market. Nissan has also developed the world's first practical Zero Emission family car, the Nissan LEAF. Now Nissan has put that expertise together. It has captured the excitement of a sports car and the environmental benefits of an electric vehicle and blended them into one dramatic two-seater concept: ESFLOW.
It may be a concept, but the Nissan ESFLOW electric sports car proves it's possible to remain environmentally sympathetic without having to give up the joy of driving. It looks like a sports car, handles like a sports car and performs like one too. But Nissan Concept Car - 2011 Nissan ESFLOW Concept is different to every other sports car yet built: it's electric. Using technology pioneered in the award-winning Nissan LEAF, the EV concept shows that driving can still be as much fun tomorrow as it is today.
Ecological minimalism need not come at the expense of luxury. The cabin of the Nissan Concept Car - 2011 Nissan ESFLOW Concept is clean and open and weight saving has been a priority throughout its design, but it is still a comfortable and pleasant place to sit. By far the heaviest components in modern cars' interiors are the steel framed, thickly upholstered and increasingly motorized seats. In ESFLOW the seats are sculpted into the rear bulkhead of the car, negating the need for a heavy frame. This of course means that they are immobile, but this is of no consequence as the fly-by-wire steering and pedals adjust electrically to the best spot to suit each individual driver's size and preferred driving position.
Nissan Concept Car - 2011 Nissan ESFLOW Concept is rear-wheel drive and it runs on two motors. The car's graceful proportions allow the twin electric motors to be placed above the axis of the rear wheels, in a mid-ship position,. These motors independently control the left and right wheels, and so the torque is optimized to ensure outstanding vehicle stability and control as well as efficient power regeneration. The motors produce enough torque in an instant for it to reach a 100kph in under 5 seconds.
Power for the motors comes from the same laminated lithium-ion battery packs used in the Nissan LEAF, but in ESFLOW the packs are located along the axis of the front and rear wheels. This centralizes the mass of the car, and thus its rotation point, close to the driver's hips. These cleverly positioned batteries enable the car to travel over 240km on one charge.
The colors of this Nissan Concept Car - 2011 Nissan ESFLOW Concept are inspired from glaciers, with highly reflective blue-tinted solidified liquid shapes. Even if this concept will not hit the production line too soon, it could be a great source of inspiration for Nissan’s future sports cars.

A1 Clubsport quattro Concept Audi 2011 Concept Car

 
A1 Clubsport quattro Concept Audi 2011 Concept Car
This year 2011 the automaker is set to stun show goers once again with yet another sultry A1 sports car concept, last year Audi showed off no less than seven concept cars based on its A1 compact at Austria’s annual Wörthersee Tour GTI meet. The latest is called the Audi A1 clubsport quattro Concept and it’s essentially a preview of new adhesive film decals set to be released in an upcoming accessories program for the A1 family of hatchbacks.
The new Audi Concept Car - A1 Clubsport quattro Concept is a sports car built to the limits of technology for breathtaking dynamics. 2011 Audi A1 Clubsport Quattro Concept with turbocharging and direct fuel injection. It gives the impression of having just emerged from the shop, freshly painted, on its way to the first rollout on the race track. The Audi Concept Car - A1 Clubsport quattro Concept is a one-off vehicle built to the limits of technology for breathtaking dynamics. Audi is presenting the showcar in Reifnitz, in the Austrian state of Kärnten, at the Wörtherseetour 2011. The 30th edition of this major meeting for Audi, Seat, Skoda and VW fans takes place from June 1 - 4, 2011.
The engine of the clubsport quattro is a conventional gasoline engine – a  five-cylinder unit displacing 2.5-liter with direct fuel injection and turbocharging. Compared to the version used in the Audi TT, RS, and RS3 Sportback, which it is based, has production in the TFSI has significantly increased to 370 kW (503 hp) and 660 Nm (486.79 pounds ft) of torque. The maximum power is available between 2,500 and 5,300 rpm. With the six-speed manual transmission and Quattro permanent all-wheel drive, both taken from the TT RS and enhanced, deliver the power to all four wheels.
The turbocharger, intercooler, admission tract and the exhaust line have been systematically tuned for high performance, and just like on Audi’s DTM race cars, the tailpipe is located on the left flank, just in front of the rear wheel. The Audi Concept Car - A1 Clubsport quattro Concept with its total weight of just 1,390 kg (3,064 pounds). The powerful engine propels the car from 0 to 100 km / h (62.14 mph) in 3.7 seconds. 0 to 200 km / h (124.27 mph) takes just 10.9 seconds while the car goes from 80 to 120 km / h (49.71 to 74.56 mph) in fourth gear in just 2, 4 seconds. A gearbox six-speed manual and four-wheel drive, Top speed is governed to 250 km / h (155.34 mph).
The Audi showcar rolls on 255/30 low-profile tires mounted on 19-inch alloy wheels with a unique turbine design. Sitting behind the wheels are large, internally ventilated disc brakes. Up front, six-piston calipers grab perforated carbon fiber-ceramic discs. Large steel discs are mounted on the rear axle. The coilover suspension of the Audi Concept Car - A1 Clubsport quattro Concept features adjustable compression and rebound damping.
The interior of the Audi Concept Car - A1 Clubsport quattro Concept Car is a study in dark gray. Large areas are covered with exposed, matt-finished CFRP, including the walls in the rear section of the car. The CFRP material used on the open-spoked sport steering wheel is covered with leather. Rocker switches on the center console replace switches on the control stalk and in the door panels. Three additional instruments indicate the oil pressure, boost pressure and electrical system voltage.