Freyr is a single seater, three wheel solar racing car. The car marked the inception of the student collective project -SolarMobil in 2011. The aim of the project was to revolutionize the automobile industry by showcasing the potential of solar energy in powering vehicles as a viable option as opposed to fossil fuels. The designing , manufacturing and assembly of the car was carried out in-house by the team.
SERVe (Solar Electric Road Vehicle) is a two seat, four wheeler solar electric passenger car. It has one door on either side. The top is covered by a curved solar panel which powers the battery pack; which in turn runs the motor. The solar car is capable of a top speed of 65 kmph and has a range of about 250 km.
India’s first four seater passenger vehicle, built in 2016, won several awards including 1st place in ASME design challenge and 3rd place in Anveshan, under Association of Indian Universities(AUI), New Delhi, 2017.
SM-S2 is the 4th project undertaken by the team. It is a two-seater cruiser class car built in accordance to the World Solar Challenge guidelines. The car can reach a top speed of 97kmph and travel a maximum distance of 350km in a single charge. It features an underbody tunnel running the entire length to enhance the aerodynamics.