With a 400 HP engine and two 120KW motors, the ZEOD RC generates a good amount of heat. How does the ZEOD RC cooling system work? The ZEOD RC uses two cooling systems, both of which have cooling for both the ICE and electric systems. A single radiator on this vehicle cools the electric motors, controllers, the engine, the engine oil, and the transmission oil!
The ZEOD RC is an electric racecar designed to make the first all electric lap at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in June, 2014. The ZEOD RC (Zero Emission On Demand Racing Car) will be competing under garage 56 at the Circuit de la Sarthe, where it does not have to follow the exact regulations of the other vehicles.
For more information on the ZEOD RC, check out Nismo’s channel!