“Pagani on Le Mans!” this has become the headline of almost every car dedicated web site in 2030, for the upcoming event. This is one of the toughest races in the season, Igor Dzukovski has created a car design proposal for this prestigious event, Pagani Ganador (or winner in Spanish). This hydrogen powered car is equipped with V12 engine, demonstrating Pagani’s philosophy of blending new and traditional into modern and sporty design.
Featuring programmable carbon fiber on the nose wings, the front flaps to rotate and make air brakes during the breaking. The closed cockpit design has been chosen because it would help to reduce vibrations and noise from wind and other cars, also for better safety for the driver. There’s thermal camera in the cockpit that sends signals about the driver conditions when there’s a collision.
Designer : Igor Dzukovski
The wheels are embedded with wind turbines to collect the air and turn it into electricity for the batteries. This energy can be used for extra power boost when needed. Each tire consists of two layers: extra hard for the outer and super-soft for the inner part, this way, when the outer part has worn out, the inner part would still allow the car to run for couple of laps before entering the pit.
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