OUR CARS

Emotions and dreams are the states in which they are embodied in the direction of the training we are taking. The leading actors of our past, the proud resources of our future, our cars.

B.O.W. (Bees on Wheels)

     Beginning in September 2016 with the designs , BOW was completed in August 2017 following a rigorous planning and production process. BOW was tested by passing the road including Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge extending to Ankara. BOW participated in the World Solar Challenge competition in Australia in October but due to some technical difficulties it was able to pass 2200 kilometers with solar energy but could not get an official ranking because it could not complete the race.

Maximum Speed:140 km/h

Weight:170 kg

Battery Capacity:6.1 kWh

Engine Power:1.8 kW

Ariba 7S

 We have decided to renew one of our cars in order to participate in the Youth For Future (YFF) competition which Anadolu University Anadolu Solar Team has taken the leadership of. It was decided to revise Ariba6 due to the accident that Ariba7 had passed and the vehicle was ready for use in a short period of time. We participated in the YFF race without any violation of the rules and without penalties 3. This event was the beginning of a beautiful friendship with the Anadolu Solar Team. Now we are taking the long term renewal of our vehicle and preparing to participate in international competitions and city events. 

Maximum Speed:135 km/h 
Weight:165 kg 
Battery Capacity:5,8 kWh 
Engine Power:1,8kW

Aruna

     We completed the production of our prototype ARUNA vehicle by taking the first step in the cruiser vehicle class, the new category emerging in the World Solar Challenge race. Despite being our first experience, we had a nice production process. We started the process of preparing the vehicle to be exhibited because it was not appropriate for us to participate in the race. 

Maximum Speed:105 km/h 
Weight:500 kg 
Battery Capacity:15 kWh 
Engine Power:3,6kW

Ariba 7

 The designs of ARIBA VII started in October 2013 in order to participate in the TUBITAK Formula G races which will be organized for the last time in 2014. Although the vehicle, which is the upper version of the ARIBA VI, has not changed much in appearance from the previous vehicle, there have been major changes in the design as mechanical and material 11. ARIBA VII, which completed the 2nd race with a great success, thus earned ITU GAE 18th Cup. 

Maximum Speed:140 km/h 
Weight:145 kg 
Battery Capacity:1 kWh 
Engine Power:1,8kW

Ariba 6

 Immediately after the Formula G 2012 races, the designs of ARIBA VI started. The production process began with mold production in February and the vehicle was completed in August 2013. Passing through the Bosphorus Bridge and going all the way to Ankara, the entire road was powered by solar power and the vehicle was tested during this journey. ARIBA VI participated in the World Solar Challenge competition in Australia in October and ended the race 1713 km by way of some problems related to the engine of the car. 

Maximum Speed:135 km/h 
Weight:156 kg 
Battery Capacity:5 kWh 
Engine Power:1,8kW

Ariba 5

 Designed in 2010, ARIBA V was completed in September 2011 following an intense design and production process. The ARIBA V team, designed for the World Solar Challenge 2011, was not able to participate in the WSC 2011 which was challenging due to some financial problems that we have experienced. Our team, who is confident to produce and who wants to test it, took a decision after 3 years to join TUBITAK Formula-G race in Turkey. ARIBA V proved itself at national races, receiving two awards at Formula-G 2012 Races. Our team came first in the semifinals, and in the final race it got 3rd place because of some disruptions. In addition, ARIBA V TUBITAK was awarded the 'Best Engineering Design' award, which was the award that measured engineering and technical capacities of vehicles in Formula-G races. 

Maximum Speed:120 km/h 
Weight:230 kg 
Battery Capacity:5 kWh 
Engine Power:1,8kW

Ariba 4

 Our team, who did not leave 1st and 2nd place in Turkey for 3 years in Turkey races, has turned its route to international platform by enchanting its targets. After a year of designing, our team has been working on the World Solar Challenge and has produced Ariba IV. Having succeeded in receiving the "The Best Newcomer Award" at the first international race with Ariba IV, the team has also confirmed its engineering work around the world. 

Maximum Speed:100 km/h 
Weight:280 kg 
Battery Capacity:5 kWh 
Engine Power:2,5kW

Ariba 3

     With ITURA (ARIBA III) produced in 2007, our team took the first place in the Formula G 2007 competition in Ankara. In the same race, our second team with ARIBA II took its place in the first row. The year 2008 was again in the Formula G 2008 race in Izmir and our cars did not leave the first two seats. ARIBA III round number: 30 best lap time: 1: 53.881. ARIBA II, number of rounds: 30, best lap time: 1: 55.578 

Maximum Speed:100 km/h 
Weight:230 kg 
Battery Capacity:1 kWh 
Engine Power:3,5kW

     The ITU Solar Bus Team has designed and produced ARIBA II in order to be able to obtain a 2nd car besides the 1st crown in the TUBITAK Formula-G races by making a better car with the experience gained in 2005. Our team, who had a successful race with both vehicles, succeeded to enter 1st and 2nd in the finish line. ARIBA I round number 30 is the best lap time 2: 42.872. ARIBA II round number 28 best lap time 2: 53.037. ARIBA II is currently exhibited at the entrance of the Engines and Vehicles Laboratory. 

Maximum Speed:90 km/h 
Weight:220 kg 
Battery Capacity:1 kWh 
Engine Power:3,5kW

Ariba 2

Ariba 1

     It is the first car of the ITU Solar Interface Team which was founded upon the call of Tubitak in 2004. Design work started in 2004 was completed in 2005 and ARIBA I was produced. For the first time, our team, which makes an electric car that works with solar energy, joined Istanbul Park in 2005 with ARIBA I in its first race. When it came to 2006, ARIBA I participated in TUBITAK Formula-G 2006 again, it was 1st in performance compared to other solar cars and represented ITU in the best way. ARIBA I is currently exhibited in the Electrical Machinery Laboratory of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Faculty of ITU. 

Maximum Speed:96 km/h 
Weight:230 kg 
Battery Capacity:1.9 kWh 
Engine Power:3kW

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