In partnership with its research and industry partners, Carbon Revolution has conducted extensive analysis and modelling to quantify the efficiency and emission reduction benefits of reducing rotating, unsprung vehicle mass.
This has shown that significant efficiency benefits are achievable through a simple “bolt-on” application of this technology and that even greater efficiencies can be accessed through full integration to a vehicle given secondary mass benefits.
Aerodynamic designs can add significantly to the overall efficiency equation. Unlike metals, with composite materials little or no weight compromise is required to deliver aero efficiency.
By exceeding the performance requirements of industry standard tests and OEMs, Carbon Revolution has ensured that the significant efficiency benefits offered by this technology are available to vehicle manufacturers globally. This will help to meet fleet emission targets and combat the effects of climate change. High volume applications of this technology are feasible due to Carbon Revolution's design flexibility and efficient and controllable process.