Designing A Model for Next-Generation Electric Vehicles: Aiming for Enhanced Performance

International Journal of Applied Physics
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Volume 10 Issue 3
Year of Publication : 2023
Authors : Shresth Goyal

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Shresth Goyal, "Designing A Model for Next-Generation Electric Vehicles: Aiming for Enhanced Performance," SSRG International Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 10,  no. 3, pp. 8-11, 2023. Crossref,


What makes F1 cars faster than any other commercial cars? It is because of their aerodynamic optimized design, which plays a crucial role in the car's performance. F1 teams invest heavily in aerodynamic research and development, using wind tunnels and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations to optimize the aerodynamic performance of their cars. The major problem with F1 cars was due to its hybrid engines causing large sums of carbon emissions. In this research paper, we designed an EV car in terms of aerodynamic design, which leads to a better-performance car than other commercial cars due to its better aerodynamic optimization. Due to better aerodynamic optimization would also lead to better charge efficiency, increased safety, and reduced emissions. We researched current EV cars and their design and found how they lacked in their aerodynamic design. On the basis of the research, we proposed the model, which resulted in showing features such as a maximum speed of 120 km/h, and the design demonstrated the capability to withstand turbulence at high acceleration due to its better structural integrity.


Sustainable, Performance, Aerodynamic, Model, Next generation electric vehicle, Improved design, Researched.


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