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1 ora fa, The Krieg scrive:

35kg? Hanno dei veicoli termici che pesano quanto quelli di 2 segmenti superiori e vogliono perdere solo 35kg?

Ringraziamo il cielo che si sono dati obiettivi raggiungibili. Per perdere 35kg ci vuole davvero poco 😂

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Attenzione che si parla di 35 kg sul peso del BiW, quindi stiamo parlando di una riduzione del 10% a fronte di un aumento della rigidezza torsionale. Non proprio da sputarci sopra.

La teoria è quando si conosce il funzionamento di qualcosa ma quel qualcosa non funziona.

La pratica è quando tutto funziona ma non si sa come.

Spesso si finisce con il coniugare la teoria con la pratica: non funziona niente e non si sa il perché.

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35 minuti fa, superkappa125 scrive:

Attenzione che si parla di 35 kg sul peso del BiW, quindi stiamo parlando di una riduzione del 10% a fronte di un aumento della rigidezza torsionale. Non proprio da sputarci sopra.

Ma non penso neanche da festeggiare, mi sta bene che aumenti la rigidità torsionale, ma allora gli altri costruttori son tutti scemi a farle più leggere e non di poco? 😅

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Tutto sul Progetto Tucana:

 

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LIGHTER, FASTER, FURTHER: JAGUAR LAND ROVER’S GROUNDBREAKING ADVANCED COMPOSITES PROJECT

26 JANUARY 2021

 
  • Tucana consortium will allow Jaguar Land Rover to make future electric vehicles go further using advanced composites such as carbon fibre
  • Research will deliver longer zero-emissions range, greater performance and a more dynamic driving experience
  • Project aims to prevent 4.5 million tonnes of CO2 emissions between 2023 and 2032
  • Programme will make UK a global leader in low-carbon technology

Tuesday 26th January 2021, Whitley, UK – Jaguar Land Rover is preparing for future electric vehicles with advanced lightweight composite research that will help deliver increased range, greater performance and a more dynamic drive.

The Tucana project is a four year programme to make the UK a world leader in low-carbon technology, helping prevent 4.5 million tonnes of CO2 emissions between 2023 and 2032 by accelerating mainstream use of electric vehicles and making vehicles lighter to both decrease tailpipe emissions and reduce energy consumption of electrified powertrains.

The research will allow Jaguar Land Rover to develop lightweight vehicle and powertrain structures by replacing aluminium and steel with composites capable of handling the increased torque generated by high-performance batteries, while improving efficiency and reducing CO2 impact.

Jaguar Land Rover aims to increase vehicle stiffness by 30 per cent, cut weight by 35kg and further refine the crash safety structure through the strategic use of tailored composites, such as carbon fibre. Reducing the vehicle body weight will allow the fitting of larger batteries with increased range – without impacting CO2 emissions.

Advanced composites offer significant reductions in vehicle weight, and by 2022, Jaguar Land Rover expects to have developed a fleet of prototype Tucana test vehicles.

The consortium, led by Jaguar Land Rover, brings together world-leading academic and industry partners including the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), Expert Tooling & Automation, Broetje-Automation UK, Toray International UK, CCP Gransden and The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS).

 

The development of new lightweight body structures to complement the latest zero-emissions powertrains will be key as the electrification of our vehicle range continues. This project will allow the true environmental credentials of electric vehicles to be realised by enabling wider adoption of the technology and will propel Jaguar Land Rover and the UK supply chain into a world-leading position in low-carbon technology.

MARCUS HENRY
RESEARCH MANAGER AT JAGUAR LAND ROVER

Tucana shows how new technology development can be optimised and accelerated with digital engineering. Using new digital design, development and manufacturing tools helps to deliver emissions reduction faster, so the UK economy can reach zero emissions quicker.

IAN RISK
CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER AT CFMS

The continued electrification of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles is part of a commitment to make societies safer and healthier through innovative technology. Jaguar has completed the electrification of its PACE family with the P300e plug-in hybrid powertrain offered on the new Jaguar E-PACE and P400e for Jaguar F-PACE alongside the all-electric Jaguar I-PACE. Similarly, the new Range Rover Velar is now offered with the P400e, completing the hybrid options available across the Range Rover family.

 

About Tucana

Tucana brings together a consortium of world-leading academic and industry partners with the aim of delivering stiffer and lighter vehicle structures, to boost the performance of electrified vehicles. Project Tucana will deliver this vision by developing world-leading cost effective, scalable carbon fibre composite solutions. In doing so the project will allow the true environmental credentials of electric vehicles to be realised by enabling wider adoption. Tucana will deliver this step-change by addressing structural performance at a design, material and volume manufacturing-level which is currently unmet across the industry.

About Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar Land Rover is the UK’s largest automotive manufacturer, built around two iconic British car brands. Land Rover is the world’s leading manufacturer of premium all-wheel-drive vehicles. Jaguar is one of the world’s premier luxury marques, as well as being the first ever brand to offer a premium all-electric performance SUV, the Jaguar I-PACE.

At Jaguar Land Rover we are driven by a desire to deliver class-leading vehicles, providing experiences people love, for life. Our products are in demand around the globe and in 2020 we sold 425,974 vehicles in 127 countries.

At heart we are a British company, with two major design and engineering sites, three vehicle manufacturing facilities, an Engine Manufacturing Centre and soon to be opened Battery Assembly Centre. We also have vehicle plants in China, Brazil, India, Austria and Slovakia. Three of our seven technology hubs are in the UK – Manchester, Warwick (NAIC) and London – with additional sites in Shannon, Ireland, Portland, USA, Budapest, Hungary and Changshu, China.

We have a growing portfolio of electrified products across our model range, embracing fully electric, plug-in hybrid and mild-hybrid vehicles, as well as continuing to offer the latest diesel and petrol engines, giving our customers even more choice.

We are confident that our comprehensive strategy, exciting pipeline of market-leading vehicles and innovative approach to technology and mobility will see us continue to progress towards Destination Zero, our mission to shape future mobility with zero emissions, zero accidents and zero congestion.

JLR Group

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Jaguar Land Rover appoints creative chief McGovern to board as it redefines strategy

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LONDON -- Jaguar Land Rover appointed creative boss Gerry McGovern to the board of management to help redefine the Jaguar brand as the UK automaker reviews its strategy under new CEO Thierry Bollore.

Bollore took over the company in September and faces a number of challenges including electrification, managing underutilization of its plants, handling the rapid fall in diesel sales and the effect of COVID-19 on the industry.

The Jaguar brand has also underperformed Land Rover in recent years with some model overlap.

Bollore said McGovern would be "developing the character, distinction and personality of each" brand and the role includes leading the design function at the marques.

"Jaguar Land Rover continues to transform its business at pace and redefine its strategic direction," the Tata Motors-owned company said in a statement.

"In his new role McGovern’s recognized creative mindset along with his business acumen will also take on the curation of the Jaguar brand with a remit to redefine its future."

After leading Land Rover design since 2006, McGovern was promoted to Jaguar Land Rover's chief creative officer, overseeing Jaguar design boss Julian Thomson and Land Rover design head Massimo Frascella.

 

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Con il restyling della 159 del 2008 avevano "limato" una cinquantina di Kg, praticamente svuotando solo il posacenere..... 😂

 

(e così ho messo Alfa anche qui 😸 )

365GT-4BB.jpg.d8eec3919186d3fdfc3eb116bcf4f0e6.jpg "Ovunque andrai ci sarà sempre un Pandino guidato da un anziano che ti taglierà la strada..."

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