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Sbarro Réact'EV premieres in Geneva

 Sbarro RéactEV premieres in Geneva
Sbarro Réact'EV at 2013 Geneva Motor Show

Developed in only 13 weeks

Following an announcement made at the end of last month, the Sbarro Réact'EV has made its public debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.

The concept is the work of thirty ESPERA Sbarro students who worked on the hybrid for just 13 weeks. It is powered by a V6 engine developed by PSA Peugeot Citroen developing 210 hp (156 kW). The conventional power unit works in conjunction with 2x 134 hp (100 kW) / 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) electric motors and a 24 kWh battery.

The V6 engine motivates the rear wheels, while the front ones are driven by the two electric motors. It has been equipped with a 5-speed manual gearbox and has a MicroAutobox dSPACE motor controller.

The concept was developed to participate in the Monte Carlo New Energy Rally.

Source: ESPERA Sbarro

Réact' E.V.

Last year we introduced our first electric car called 'Intencity' at the Geneva International MotorShow. This year, the ESPERA Sbarro students are proud to present a new challenge: a hybrid car. 30 Students and 13 weeks later, the REACT'E.V. concept (E.V. standing for Ecologic Vehicle) reflects the savoir-faire within the school and the University of Technology. REACT'EV is not simply a Show Car. This vehicle is made to run in the Monte Carlo New Energy Rally.
Open your eyes, maybe you'll see it on your road

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

COMBUSTION ENGINE
Engine : V6 from PSA 210hp
Drivetrain : Rear wheel drive
Gearbox : Manual, 5 gears

ELECTRICAL
2 electrical motor : DC Brushless 2x100 kW - 2x750 Nm
Drivetrain : 1 motor by front wheel without gear reduction
Battery : LFP - 24 kWh
Motor Controller : MicroAutobox dSPACE

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Comments (4)

 silenteyes silenteyes
Could you please pay your photographer a little more so that he could afford to buy a flash for his camera? Or at least teach him to expose for the car (the main focus of the photo) and NOT the background!
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March 7, 2013 12:28 am
 jerry05cod4 jerry05cod4
Why is this named after a Pizza company...smh, someone didnt do the research lol
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March 6, 2013 10:30 pm
 ErtahazHossain ErtahazHossain
The real car is nowhere close to the drawings. The drawings actually looked better.. So was expecting more!
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March 6, 2013 3:42 pm
 burnes burnes
You'd think they'd try to crank more out of the V6.
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March 6, 2013 3:10 pm