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Audi e-tron FE05 2018-2019 – Higher Efficiency And More Power


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Audi e-tron FE05 (2018/2019) Technical Specifications:

Vehicle type: Single seater (ABB FIA Formula E)
Monocoque: Spec spark chassis in composite fiber construction made of carbon fiber with aluminum honeycomb core, tested for strict FIA crash and safety standards, front, rear and side crashers from CFRP, front and rear roll bars, additional HALO cockpit protection
Body: Spec. spark carbon body, spec. aerodynamics
Motor Generator Unit (MGU): Audi Schaeffler MGU03
Power output practice and qualifying: Max. 250 kW (340 hp)
Power output race: Max. 200 kW (272 hp)
Attack mode: Max. 225 kW (306 hp)
FanBoost: FanBoost Max. 250 kW (340 hp)
Battery: Rechargeable Energy Storage System (RESS) from McLaren Applied Technologies, approx. 374 kg (dry) lithium-ion cells, usable battery capacity 52 kWh (regulations), charging time approx. 45 minutes
Motor controller: Bosch ECU
Type of drive: Rear-wheel drive
Transmission: High-efficiency 1-speed racing transmission
Drive shafts: Constant velocity joint shafts
Steering: Rack-and-pinion steering, removable steering wheel with quick release, display, shift and rain paddles, plus FIA marshalling indicators
Suspension: Front and rear independent suspension on lower and upper steel wishbones, pushrod system, front torsion bars, rear spring suspension, two shock absorbers front and rear, adjustable stabilizers front and rear, adjustable ride height, toe and camber, two wheel retention tethers per wheel
Brakes: Hydraulic dual-circuit brake system, light metal calipers, front and rear carbon fiber brake discs, adjustable brake force distribution
Rims: Aluminum rims, front 9 x 18 inch and rear 11 x 18, minimum weight per wheel front 6 kg, rear 7 kg
Tires: Profiled road-like tires, specially developed for Formula E, Michelin Pilot Sport, front 245/40 R18, rear 305/40 R18
Length: 5,200 mm
Width: 1,800 mm
Height: 1,250 mm
Wheelbase: 3,100 mm
Minimum weight: 900 kg (incl. driver)
0–100 km/h approx.: 3.1 seconds
Top speed: 240 km/h

With the Audi e-tron FE05 Audi meticulously prepared for the new technical and strategic challenges. This particularly applies to the centerpiece of the Audi e-tron FE05: the powertrain. It consists of the motor, inverter, transmission, parts of the rear suspension and the related software. Whereas the rest of the car is identical for all teams, the manufacturers demonstrate their technical expertise in the powertrain. In season four of the electric racing series, which in New York City in mid-July culminated in Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler’s title win, the Audi e-tron FE04 was very often the most efficient car. The successor is the evolution of this success model.

In Formula E season five, the motor’s maximum power output in qualifying is limited to 250 kW (340 hp). In the races, power output is restricted to 200 kW (272 hp). The so-called activation zones are a new feature: When the driver passes through this zone on the track, the output of his car increases to 225 kW (306 hp) for a short period of time. Formula E fans are able to again support their favorite drivers by casting an online vote: The “FanBoost” provides a short-term power boost up to 250 kW (340 hp).

All Formula E teams draw their electric power from an identical, 374-kilogram battery from McLaren. The lithium-ion battery is located between the driver’s seat and the powertrain, has a capacity of 52 kWh and is fully charged within 45 minutes. The brake-by-wire system is an all-new function for season five. Brake actuation and transmission of brake force to the rear axle are completely isolated from each other and electronically controlled. As a result, brake force distribution is always optimally adjusted and recuperation even more efficient.

Like in Formula One, the driver sits in a carbon fiber monocoque that has been developed according to FIA safety standards. CFRP crash structures at the front, rear and the sides ensure maximum safety. Plus – analogous to Formula One – the cars are equipped with a Halo system above the cockpit that provides additional protection to the driver’s head. The minimum weight of a Formula E race car is 900 kilograms (including the driver). From 0 to 100 km/h the electric racing car accelerates in 3.1 seconds. Its top speed is about 240 km/h.

Particularly conspicuous is the fact that the new generation of the Audi e-tron FE05 does not have a rear wing – which is unique in motorsport. Instead, the large diffusor at the race car’s rear generates downforce. “Batmobile,” “Star Wars” and “space ship” were some of the expressions fans and media used in comments about the car’s futuristic look following initial tests. “Driving between other cars on track makes me feel as if I were in a science fiction movie,” says Daniel Abt. “Compared to its predecessor, the new model features a clearly more aggressive design.”


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