The LVCHI Venere is a high performance supercar with four seats and over 1000 hp, built by I.DE.A Institute from Moncalieri (TO) with the aim of becoming one of the reference points in the electric car market.
The underlying concept in terms of structure is the frame, the central element made totally of composite material, carbon fiber sandwich and honeycomb design, devised to achieve the torsional and flexural rigidity deemed appropriate for the expected high performance, combined with a contained overall weight.
The electric powertrain consists of four electric motors, two installed on the front axle and two on the rear axle, combined with a differential per axle, so as to implement a permanent all-wheel drive.
The differential housing also contains a two-speed transmission to optimize the distribution of torque and power.
The interface with the driver and the passengers is provided by an innovative touchscreen unit built into the tunnel, which allows for the management of the car functions, replacing the traditional knob. It will allow the driver and the passengers to select all the functions desired.
CEVLAB has been worked on the construction of prototypes presented at the Geneva Motor Show in the Venere car. We would like to say thanks to NCS-Company in Carpi for his collaboration to make this possible, they have been demonstrated a partner extremely versatile and reliable for ambitious projects like this.