Ae2 Project Team from Yildiz Technical University have a mission to achieve engineering-based firsts with the design and build of their energy efficient electric vehicles.
Ae2 Project Team, consisting of just six team members, joined Shell Eco-marathon to raise awareness of climate change while improving their knowledge and engineering skills.
The team are passionate about safety, which has always been their top priority. After winning multiple Off-Track Awards for Safety in 2015 and 2019, the Ae2 Project Team continued its success with another victory in the 2020 Europe Off-Track Award for Safety.
“The designs and applications students create in Shell Eco-marathon are integral to shaping and protecting the future. The aim of the competition – to design the most efficient vehicle – helps us draw attention to global energy usage and climate change.”
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