In March 2016, TotalSim presented the results of their Niche Vehicle Network project at the annual symposium.
The project was called AERO-P (Aerodynamic Efficiency Requirements & Optimisation Project) and was carried out with partners Ariel and Delta Motorsport with funding from a grant from the NVN.
The project was looking at active and passive aerodynamic devices for application on niche and electric vehicles. Although we cannot say a lot about the project due to the sensitivity of IP, above is a movie showing some of the more traditional aerodynamics that were done as part of the project. Hopefully in the months to come we will be able to tell you a little more!
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