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Siemens provides aerodynamic expertise to fulfill FIA Formula E project

03 June 2019

Motorsports provide the high-tech proving ground for commercial vehicles. Electric cars may well be the future of personal mobility in our cities and on our highways, so moving to high-performance and high-tech electric Formula-class racing is a natural step. Consequently, the International Automobile Federation (FIA) conceived the Formula E championship in 2012 and the inaugural event was held in 2014.

A futuristic design for Formula E racing seems to fit perfectly considering the potential destiny of electric car technology. At the same time, the aerodynamic performance of electric race car designs must be efficient and still meet safety and manufacturability requirements. 

What kind of team and technology are needed to meet the challenge of combining design, manufacturability, safety and aerodynamic performance in a new Formula E race car? That would be a team of domain specialists who have a close working relationship and are equipped with top-of-the-line tools

Read the full article in the June issue of DPA



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