Drop Team, Brazil

DTU E-Supermileage are a collegiate research team from the Delhi Technological University working towards a collective mission to protect the environment from vehicular pollution and move towards a greener future.

The team of 37 members are well acquainted with Shell Eco-marathon, having competed since 2005 and achieving successes in the prototype battery electric category and Off-Track Award for Communications.

The team takes pride in competing, not only for their school, but for their country as well. They were ultimately rewarded when they won Vehicle Design Award for Prototype in the 2020 Asia Off-Tracks for their innovative teardrop-shaped design.

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Sustainability is a key motivation for this team, which they address in every part of the design and manufacturing process.

“Our project could be a step forward towards bringing technology and the environment together, in order to ensure sustainable development as well as technological advancement”

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