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Owner's Other EVTURN-E City25
LocationMunich, Bavaria Germany map
Vehicle2010 Beck 356 Speedster
Advanced conversion of a Beck 356 Speedster Replica to electric
drive. Rebuilt the rear and front end
to make room for a coaxial drive train and a 48kWh
MotorBrusa HSM1-6.17.12
Hybrid Synchronous Motor, liquid cooled, 105kW,
with Getrag transmission and differential. Motor
has a hollow shaft. Weight is 76kg incl. gearbox
and flanges.
DrivetrainBrusa HSM1-6.17.12 with Getrag GX64 gearbox
ControllerBrusa DMC-524
105kW, 400V, 300A, liquid cooled. Weight is 11kg.
Batteries111 Panasonic NCR 18650 PD, 3.60 Volt, Lithium-Ion
111S-42P configuration.
2.9Ah cell, 4.662 of them. 48.67kWh.
EMUS Management System. Connection via BT or USB.
System Voltage400 Volts
ChargerBrusa NLG5
3 chargers for 3-phase charging at 400V-16A.
DC/DC Converter Deutronic
InstrumentationStock plus HTC Desire C for BMS data
Top Speed110 MPH (176 KPH)
The Speedster is not made for high speed, but
rather for cruising.
110mph in an open car is also incredibly loud.
Acceleration0-60 in 6.5seconds
Range241 Miles (387 Kilometers)
Longest trip from Luzern (CH) to Schondorf (GER).
Watt Hours/Mile@80km/h it's under 10kWh/100km. Of the 48kWh we use
38-40kWh, hence the range of 350-400km.
EV Miles
Current:15,000 Miles (24,135 Kilometers)
    As of 2/14/2016
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight2,358 Pounds (1,071 Kilograms)
Battery weight is about 320kg. Drive train is 76kg.
TiresContinental 165/80 R15
Conversion Time2 years total. We did a lot of other conversions
Additional FeaturesRebuild the rear end to IRS with swing arms of a 1969 Porsche 911 to
mount the Brusa coaxial drive train between the rear wheels.

Added extra support to mount 200kg of batteries in the rear and 120kg in
the front.

Had to change to seats with headrests to make the car road legal in
Repurposed the clutch pedal to be the regen pedal.

Repurposed the heater switch to Neutral, forward, reverse.

We use a Hydac TTC60 VCU to manage the Brusa Controller.
Programming by Designwerk.ch

code by jerry