Students' Innovations Grab Eyeballs on Day Two of Auto Expo

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Students' Innovations Grab Eyeballs on Day Two of Auto Expo


Greater Noida, Feb. 7 -- Amidst the launch of many mean machines and futuristic products by leading automobile manufactures, a group of students managed to grab eyeballs with their unique creations at the second day of the 12th auto expo mega event on Thursday.

While the extraordinary designs and innovative products of the auto giants got ample attention at the 12th edition of Auto Expo at the India Expo Mart in Greater Noida, the young students too managed to have their moment in the sun by flaunting their unique creations.

With a 600 cc Honda CBR engine, a group of students from IIT Delhi created their own version of the Formula 1. The car is yet to make its debut in Germany this year.

Explaining the specialty of their creation, Rahul Gaur, one of the students, said, "We paid a lot of emphasis on making the car light so that it can gain some extra speed. Also, with the engine of our choice, the car can run to a maximum speed of 110 km/h. But unfortunately Indian students lack sponsorship. If we can get more sponsors we can use carbon fiber body which can make the car at least 30 per cent lighter and much faster and safer"

Understanding the importance of alternate fuel, students of DYP-DC Pune, made an e-rickshaw which will run on electricity and hydrogen. …

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