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// Mechanically, no stone is left unturned

EDGE11 differs significantly from its predecessor EDGE10. The entire mechanics have been developed from scratch. New monocoque, new spring-damper system, new gearbox, new battery and new aero. In electronics, instead of innovation, the focus was on continuous improvement.

The spring-damper system was implemented using innovative and precisely adjustable pitch-roll kinematics. The chassis was designed with the ulterior motive to implement an all-wheel drive concept in the future. The transmission is based on a fancy stepped planetary system and is now axial with the wheel carrier. With the battery, particular emphasis was placed on cooling and packaging, both of which have improved dramatically compared to their predecessor.

Total weight: 167kg

0-100km / h in 3.1s

Power: 80kW

technical overview
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  • TUWR E3 (developed in-house)

  • Permanently excited synchromotor

  • Magnets in a Halbach array

  • 40kW at 3.55kg

  • Max. 20,000 rpm


  • Self-developed HV battery pack with 600V

  • TUWR-I3 inverter

  • Decentralized tax system

  • CAN sensor node

  • Live LTE telemetry


  • 1-stage planetary gear with stepped planets

  • Gear ratio 11.69: 1

  • Wheel hub motors

  • Hard anodized wheel hubs made of EN-AW-7075 aluminum

  • Torque: 351Nm per rear wheel

  • 2WD: one motor per rear wheel


  • One-piece carbon monocoque 

  • Carbon bodywork and crash box

  • Ergonomically adjustable pedals

  • CFRP steering strut

  • Carbon steering wheel

  • Aeropackage with integrated battery cooling

landing gear

  • Wheelbase: 1525mm

  • Track width: 1200mm front / 1160mm rear

  • Wishbones, rods and rims made of CFRP

  • One-piece carbon rims with hollow spokes, total weight 850g

  • One-piece milled wheel carriers made of EN-AW-7075 aluminum with integrated planetary gear on the rear axle

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