ARCFOX-GT RACE EDITION
750
kW
2,5
(0-100)
255
km/h
ARC FOX 1st generation
450
kW
3,4
(0-100)
255
km/h
HISPANO SUIZA CARMEN
750
kW
<3
(0-100)
250
km/h
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COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN

Every part of the vehicle is initially designed using Computer Aided Design (CAD). Using the most advanced software, we conduct body, chassis, and suspension development alongside the finer technical details such as vehicle wiring. Our engineers also carry out a wealth of pre-production testing using our advanced software systems – including: linear static analysis of metal and composite parts; modal analysis; fatigue analysis; and crash simulation.

ELECTRIC MOTOR AND GEARBOX

Years of developing motors and gearboxes for Formula E has given us the opportunity to test a spectrum of different systems. With that experience, we can guide your integration of the best systems currently on the market, or we can develop a bespoke motor and gearbox as required. In our dyno room, we test all products for efficiency and reliability. QEV Technologies developed its dyno room entirely in-house to give us opportunity to adapt the testing cycle specifically for each product. The dyno room is also connected to our advanced driving-performance simulator, which can test your propulsion system in accurately-simulated real-world conditions.

ELECTRIC MOTOR AND GEARBOX

DYNO ROOM

In our dyno room, we test all products for efficiency and reliability. QEV Technologies developed its dyno room entirely in-house to give us opportunity to adapt the testing cycle specifically for each product. The dyno room is also connected to our advanced driving-performance simulator, which can test your propulsion system in accurately-simulated real-world conditions.

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BATTERY PACK
We can offer bespoke battery-pack development based on your project requirements. Our experience in battery pack development covers projects from extreme high-performance hypercars and motorsport vehicles up to mass market products where minimal costs is a top priority. In either case, QEV Technologies has the experience and expertise to ensure a high standard of reliability and endurance. In-house development allows us to be flexible, tailoring our battery cell selection to be the best match for every project. Our team also has experience and knowledge in developing cooling systems for battery packs and we use our own Battery Management System (BMS) to optimise the performance characteristics of each battery. After development and production, every battery is tested in our dyno room before integration into a vehicle.
BATTERY PACK
BATTERY PACK
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SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

We develop all vehicle management software in-house, meaning we can offer complete flexibility and bespoke configuration to meet the needs of any project. Building on our own Electronic Control Unit (ECU) software, we can easily adapt its configuration and performance to any new vehicle. Part of the ECU development process includes connecting the ECU to our simulator, which we pair with a real powertrain in our dyno room. This gives us an opportunity to test all systems independently before integration – saving time and helping to manage costs. Through collaboration with Mobileye, QEV Technologies can also integrate certain Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) with new vehicles via a single camera sensor.

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SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

VEHICLE DYNAMICS

Creating a vehicle that handles perfectly requires complex balancing of dynamic properties, technical components and software systems. For our high-performance projects, we apply motorsport best practice to create a perfectly balanced vehicle. This means the vehicles we develop can achieve high speeds – remaining stable in a straight line and when cornering. All the vehicles we develop are tested by professional racing drivers including Nick Heidfeld and Jarome D’Ambrosio. When it comes to vehicles with six, four, or two motors we have developed sophisticated torque vectoring systems that can control each wheel independently, making hundreds of calculations and adjustments every second. It is possible to brake one wheel while accelerating the others and to reverse the process all in a single millisecond. This delivers greater performance capabilities on track, and can also partially replace systems like ABS and ESP.