1969-02-01

The M. I. T. Electric Car 690118

Designed as a test bed for electric vehicle components, the M.I.T. electric car, Tech I, is adaptable to a number of different power source-control motor systems. This paper discusses the performance of the systems incorporated in the vehicle as of October 1968, and outlines plans for future upgrading of the battery, motor, and control systems, culminating in the evolution of the Tech II electric car.

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