1967 Triumph Spitfire EV Conversion - Student Project
Mechanical Engineering Students from the University of Colorado Denver spent the Summer of 2009 converting a broken down 1967 Triumph Spitfire into a 100% Electric Vehicle. Our EV conversion can reach a top speed of 75 MPH and has a maximum range of 40 miles (of average city driving) all with an overnight charge (8-10 hours) on a standard 110 Volt outlet. We completed the entire conversion for under $10,000 including almost $2,000 of restoration work, all in about 8 weeks. For more information on this project please visit http://www.stefanelsener.com/EV
ReBirth Auto's Fully Electric 1978 Porsche Carrera- 2 WarP 9's - Inside and Drive
This is the inside of the custom built fully electric vehicle built by Rebirth Auto in St. Petersburg, FL. It is a Porsche Carrera from 1978 which these guys put some serious time and effort into. This is one amazing system that uses tons of the Headway 10ah lithium cells and accelerates like a bat out of hell. It uses 2 WarP 9in motors in series running off of a single Soliton 1 from Evnetics. It outputs 400hp and 600ftlbs of torque with the conservative setting they run to help save their clutch. Thanks to all of the guys out there for being such wonderful hosts, we will be doing just about all of our electric business through those two companies. Copyright P2 Design Technologies 2011
Porsche 911 EV - First drive
After 10 months of work, the electric Porsche is now drivable. This video shows the maiden voyage. Here is a link to the build log: http://kurtsprojects.blogspot.com/
My Electric Porsche 914
UPDATE: Wow. I made this for college applications 3 years ago and lost the password to the account. I had no idea it had become this popular. I was gonna delete it but perhaps I'll make a second one first. ALSO IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED: Since I went off to college, the car has been collecting dust. I'm the only one who ever drove it. So if someone is looking for a project, get in touch. My father and I haven't had the heart to get rid of something we put so much time into but it really could use someone who is more attentive to it. I'm Harrison and this is a video showing a test ride in my electric 914. I, influenced by Tesla Motors, converted this with my father, a physicist. The kit we bought was NOT very well designed. We made many improvements. Specs: 200 volt Li-ion battery pack, 48 cells - Thundersky Batteries DMOC 445 Motor Controller - Azure Dynamics 3-Phase A.C. Motor - Azure Dynamics Close to original curb weight Sorry to say that we haven't quite tested its full capabilities. So far I've driven it at 55mph, but it could go way above that -- 70 or 80 perhaps. The range is hardest to test because you have to run the battery all the way out which makes it hard to get back. 60 miles before recharge is what we've done which is a week of driving. I'll update when we do more range/speed tests. If we could do it again we would make better purchasing decisions and actually design it before the purchase. www.electroauto.com sells kits and individual parts. Feel free to ask questions!