The electric car Ventury VBB-3 is the most powerful electric car on the planet, with almost 3.000 HP, intended to surpass 600 km/h (372 mph). Presently this extraordinary electric ar is readied to beat landspeed record set at 495 km/h (It is the fastest electric car)
The long procedure to plan during the current year’s excursion to the Bonneville Salt Flats continued in right on time January in the Venturi Buckeye Bullet 3 (VBB-3) workshop in Columbus, Ohio, USA. This electric vehicle is a piece of a continuous task by the Venturi Buckeye Bullet hustling group which started in 2009 as an association between Venturi Automobiles and the Ohio State University Center for Automotive Research (CAR). The group’s first world landspeed record was accomplished that year with a hydrogen energy unit vehicle at 487km/h (303mph). Next, in 2010 the group came back to the salt pads with a completely electric battery fueled vehicle, the VBB-2.5 which set a different universe record at 495km/h (307mph).
For Venturi’s accomplice, the Ohio State University, and its 25 youthful understudy designs, the task offers a chance to be presented to the substances of cutting edge vehicle advancement in the quick paced universe of dashing. Their involvement in the advancement and execution of bleeding edge electric car innovation gives an affair like no other on the planet. Late graduate Evan Maley said: “Taking a shot at the VBB-3 venture permitted me to have a considerable measure of associations when it came time to meet for employments. Amid those meetings the VBB-3 was the greatest thing I discussed. Individuals were exceptionally keen on the exercises I have been included in and how I dealt with my time in the middle of scholastics and chipping away at the VBB-3.
Venturi’s accomplice in the task, the understudies at The Ohio State University’s Center for Automotive Research, have disassembled the 12 meter long electric streamliner to look at every single mechanical and electrical part which incorporates about 3.5 miles of links and 2,000 cells in eight battery packs. These are the first of numerous progressions toward the vehicle’s arrival to Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats. “Alongside our accomplices at ELECTRIC CAR, we are planning to surpass our own particular electric FIA Land Speed Record set up in 2010 with the past model – the Venturi Buckeye Bullet 2.5. We need to demonstrate all the capability of this exceptionally interesting model” said Venturi’s lead venture engineer Delphine Biscaye.
The electric car Venturi VBB-3 ready to speed record