Ferrari reveals J50 Based On 488 Spider
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Earlier this week Ferrari revealed their limited edition J50 at the National Art Center in Tokyo, Japan. The Ferrari J50, which is based on the 488 Spider, is meant to celebrate the Prancing Horse’s 50th …

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Amazing F-CELL Roadster by Mercedes

Submitted by on April 29, 2009 – 6:44 pmNo Comment

fcell1For around one year, more than 150 apprentices and sandwich course students worked on the design, development, assembly and completion of the F- CELL Roadster.

The work also involved promising young personnel from the fields of vehicle mechatronics, model-building, electronics, coating technology and production mechanics, as well as product design and interior equipment. The main aim of the project was to integrate the topic of alternative drive systems into the training content in a practical manner.
In a unique way, the vehicle links the very latest technologies with the history of automobile engineering. As a feature reminiscent of the Benz Patent Motor Wagon of 1886, the car is equipped with large, spoked wheels. The F-CELL Roadster also has styling features from a wide range of automotive eras. These include carbon-fibre seat bases with hand-stitched leather upholstery and a striking glass-fibre front end that takes its lead from Formula 1 racing cars.

The car is steered using drive-by-wire technology, a conventional steering wheel giving way to a joystick. It is powered by an emission-free fuel cell system installed in the rear. With an output of 1.2 kW, the F-CELL Roadster is capable of a top speed of 25 km/h with an operating range of up to 350 km.

Source: Mercedes-Benz

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