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Fahrzeug- und Motorentechnik

5. – 7. Oktober 2020

Automobile and Engine Technology

October 5th – 7th, 2020

Exhibits on the test track

Exhibits on the test track 2019

This year you can experience the following vehicle concepts and prototypes on the ika test track. The information texts about the exhibits are provided by the companies, the Aachener Kolloquium GbR does not assume any liability.

Vehicle / Exhibit Company
BMW 330e JB CarConcept
Honda Civic FEV GmbH
Hyundai Kona Elektro JB CarConcept
Jaguar iPace JB CarConcept
Jeep Renegade GKN Automotive
JRL XE FEV GmbH
Mercedes EQC JB CarConcept
Mercedes GLA GKN Automotive
Mercedes GLE 220 cdi BCS Automotive Interface Solutions GmbH 
Tesla Model 3 US Version JB CarConcept
Toyota Mirai HORIBA FuelCon GmbH
VW Passat Tula Technology

The final list of test track exhibits will be available shortly before the colloquium. Please note that there may be changes at short notice. These will be announced in the Eurogress on posters and in the break presentations.

BMW 330e

JB CarConcept

215 kW (135 kW combustion engine plus up to 83 kW electric drive) pure driving pleasure drive the new BMW 330e. With its highly efficient combination of electric motor and BMW TwinPower Turbo 4-cylinder petrol engine, the plug-in hybrid unleashes revolutionary driving power. Ready to rediscover everything.
The BMW 330e stands for BMW's typical driving pleasure, performance and maximum efficiency. The pioneering BMW eDrive technology enables an extended range of 59-66 km purely electrically - and at the same time significantly reduced CO2 emissions.
Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 1.9-1.6
CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 43-37
Electricity consumption in kWh/100 km (combined): 15.4-14.8

Honda Civic

Honda Civic

FEV GmbH

The HONDA 1.0l VTEC Turbo engine in the HONDA Civic EVA is an example of a successful engine development by FEV for a Japanese OEM. In this project cooperation with HONDA R&D Co., Ltd., FEV was responsible for the full gasoline powertrain development with the following key figures of the 1.0l 3-cylinder TC GDI engine:
Max power: 95 kW at 5.900 rpm
Max. torque: 200 Nm at 2.250 rpm
Low-end-torque: 170 Nm at 1.650 rpm
Min BSFC:229 g/kWh
Friction motored: 0.46 bar FMEP
Emission level: EU 6b

Hyundai KONA Elektro

 
JB CarConcept

As a battery-powered compact SUV, the Hyundai KONA Elektro combines more environmentally friendly dynamics with enormous range and an exemplary level of active safety - at a particularly low price. Thanks to the powerful torque of 395 Nm, the 150 kW version takes you from a standstill to 100 km/h in 7.6 seconds - and with significantly lower driving emissions than conventionally powered vehicles! The extremely bright head-up display slides into your field of vision at the touch of a button. Important information such as your speed or the instructions of the safety assistants are clearly visible. The Hyundai KONA Elektro relies on high-tech for your protection:
The rear cross-traffic warning system (RCTA) warns you, for example, of vehicles or pedestrians appearing to the side when you park your car backwards. It takes less than an hour to charge your KONA Elektro up to 80 percent at a fast charging station. After a complete charging cycle, you can drive up to 449 km without recharging.
Combined power consumption: 15.4 kWh/100km

 

Jaguar I‑PACE

JB CarConcept

The I-PACE is driven by two permanently energised synchronous motors. In terms of drive typology, they are similar to the electric motors used in the I-Type Formula E racing car. The drive train of the I-PACE provides an output of 294 kW and an immediately usable torque of 696 Nm. Thanks to four-wheel drive and integrated traction control, the I-PACE accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds. The I-PACE's 90 kWh battery is designed for long life and supports extended periods of maximum power consumption. The battery has been installed in the lower part of the vehicle, which has allowed a low center of gravity. This naturally enhances driving dynamics and ensures a high level of driving pleasure. The I-PACE is not dependent on a conventional gearbox. Rather, the focus is on simplicity. Acceleration without interruption of tractive power is possible without any gear change - over the entire speed range from 0 - 12,000 rpm.

Torque Vectoring by Braking (TVBB) brakes the inner front and rear wheels independently and in a controlled manner to prevent the vehicle from slipping. The driver thus benefits from the agility and greater safety typical of sports cars. In most situations, the rear wheel inside the corner is braked more strongly as this improves cornering stability. The inner front wheel, on the other hand, brakes to improve performance and smoothness.

The I-PACE's highly efficient heat pump uses the heat from the surrounding air and the vehicle's electronic components. The heat is then transferred to the passenger compartment via the heating and ventilation system. In this way, less energy is required from the vehicle battery and the range is maximised.

Power consumption (combined): 24.8-22 kWh/100 km

Jeep Renegade

2019 Jeep Renegade 1
GKN Automotive

GKN has built a new, pure electric demonstrator vehicle that shows how the company’s torque-vectoring eTwinster 2-speed technology can deliver enhanced driving dynamics. This new eTwinster 2-speed Electric demonstrator incorporates a two-speed torque vectoring GKN eDrive system with a seamless ‘Seamless shift’ transmission concept. With GKN own battery management on board, the demonstrator shows another level to GKN’s integration capabilities for electric vehicles. From organising the cell and battery management to controlling the vehicle’s torque, every aspect of the electric vehicle’s driveline is GKN-controlled. ‘GTD19’ showcases GKN eDrive technologies, and its ability to provide complete drivelines and to manage their integration into customer vehicles.

The GTD19, is built on the chassis of a B-segment Jeep Renegade SUV. With the engine bay cleared and the company’s own eTwinster 2-speed eDrive integrated in its place, the GTD19 demonstrates how effective torque vectoring on the front axle can be – and how much is possible with the right software and controls expertise and the next generation of GKN technology. As electric drivelines progress from simple longitudinal acceleration to more lateral control, GKN ePowertrain’s torque vectoring technology delivers the enhanced dynamics drivers need and want. The addition of a two-speed transmission with seamless shifts not only extends the vehicle’s pure electric range, it also provides a greater torque range and more immediate acceleration, with a higher top speed.

 

Jaguar Land Rover XE

Stratmann Mahle

FEV GmbH

In the Jaguar Land Rover XE, FEV demonstrates a self-adapting engine control for synthetic fuels based on renewable energy. The engine control is based on digital combustion rate shaping. An intelligent control algorithm identifies the combustion properties of E-fuels while driving and adapts the actuators to access the full potential of these fuels. Power-to-Liquid based on the Fischer Tropsch synthesis is a promising way forward for synthetic fuels, while Digital Combustion Rate Shaping (DiCoRS) is a promising control approach to compensate varying fuel properties. The combustion process is directly calibrated in terms of an optimal cylinder pressure profile. The CRS controller automatically calculates the complete fuel injection profile. Once implemented this control system can take maximum advantage of any fuel or fuel blend in the future.

Mercedes EQC

JB CarConcept

With an amazing range, comprehensive charging infrastructure and the highest level of safety, the EQC gives us a fascinating new feeling of electric driving. Up to 471 km pure electric range (NEDC). 40 minutes charging time at fast charging stations (minimum charging time at public DC charging station with supply voltage 400 Volt, current 300 A from 10 to 80%). Values refer to 23 degrees Celsius battery start and ambient temperature with new battery excluding additional auxiliary consumers such as seat heating, displays, air conditioning) 5.1 s from 0-100 km/h, 408 PS, 180 km/h top speed (limited) The new Mercedes-Benz EQC is a purely electric SUV with plenty of space and comfort. Until you accelerate it. Then it becomes a sports car. The full torque is available from a standing start and catapults the EQC forward without a trace. This distinguishes the purely electric drive from any conventional petrol or diesel engine. The result is a completely new, fascinating driving dynamics. The newly developed electric drive unit is so innovative that the new EQC incorporates two of them. An electric motor on both the front and rear axles converts the electrical energy stored in the battery into mechanical energy, generating an output of 300 kW (408 PS). The electric drive trains are designed differently to minimize power consumption and maximize dynamics: The front electric motor is optimized for the weak to medium load range for the best possible efficiency, the rear determines the dynamics. EQC 400 4MATIC:
Power consumption in kWh/100 km (NEDC): 20.8-19.7

Mercedes GLA

Stratmann Mahle

GKN Automotive

The revolutionary SUV technology research vehicle is based on a heavily modified Mercedes-AMG GLA 45, and features both mechanical and electric Twinster systems, showcasing GKN’s leadership in e-drive, AWD and systems integration.

The one-off GKN Technology Demonstrator employs GKN’s eTwinster 2-speed rear axle, incorporating eMotor, two-speed e-transmission and torque vectoring by twin clutches; paired with a mechanical Twinster front axle.

Substantial re-engineering of the standard road car means that the petrol-powered SUV with hang-on AWD ‘torque on demand’ functionality has become a petrol-electric plug-in hybrid with a zero-emissions pure-electric drive mode, and axle-split eAWD functionality that is independent of the combustion engine. Torque vectoring by GKN’s award-winning Twinster system is available on all four wheels, which is a world first.

Mercedes GLE 220 cdi

BCS GLE with JETDRIVE interior 4

BCS Automotive Interface Solutions GmbH

The Mercedes GLE, equipped with the JETDRIVE system from BCS Automotive Interface Solutions, demonstrates how extremely comfortable a vehicle can be steered using Drivesticks as steering wheel replacement. Drive this vehicle yourself.

 

Tesla Model 3 US Version

Stratmann Mahle

JB CarConcept

Longe Range US model with rear-wheel drive and 283 hp. 160 m: The forward-facing radar provides visibility and response to distant objects. 360°: Rear-, forward-and side-facing cameras provide maximum all-round visibility. 12 ultrasonic sensors detect nearby cars, prevent possible collisions and help with parking.

Toyota Mirai

Toyota Mirai

Horiba FuelCon GmbH

The Toyota Mirai is a hydrogen-driven fuel cell car which was officially announced to public in September 2014. It represents the first vehicle of its kind produced in line production to a mass market using alternative driveline technology without emitting local emissions.

VW Passat

Stratmann Mahle

Tula Technology

We have no information so far.

Honda Civic

Toyota Mirai

FEV GmbH

We have no information so far.

JRL XE

Stratmann Mahle

FEV GmbH

We have no information so far.

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