AustinEV wants to support the companies and the people working on electric vehicles in central Texas. If you have something you would like to share with our members, we would be very interested in featuring you in a future meeting. For the time being, we are still planning for meetings to be virtual, but hope to someday begin hosting in-person meetups again. Reach out! We’d love to hear from you. Contact Aaron Choate : firstname.lastname@example.org to get started on scheduling a presentation.
Join us on Zoom on Thursday, March 18 from 12-1 CST as we gather to hear about the electric transport-related projects that we’re all working on.
If you have a project you would like to share or get feedback on, be prepared to give a brief overview and give an update if this is something you have been working on for a while.
The team working to introduce the Polestar 2 in Austin reached out to us and wanted to share that you can register to have a car brought to you to test drive.
Anyone can book a test drive at, https://www.polestar.com/us/polestar-2/
Choose the Your Location: We Come To You option.
They have several test vehicles in the Austin area so you shouldn’t have a problem grabbing an appointment.
Join us on Zoom on Thursday, November 19 from 12-1 CST as we learn more about the project that Scott Phillips and Raymond Malkiewicz from REVD UP are working on.
REVD UP is working to tell the stories of real people living real lives with their real electric vehicles. Their mission is to share the experiences of EV drivers from all walks of life who love their cars and they have stories from people all over the political, religious, and financial spectrum.
Ray is a Real Electric Vehicle Driver with a real curiosity about people and cars. He knows most brands of EVs and is always curious to learn more. As the host of REVD UP’s videos, he is eager to explore other people’s journeys and help show off their cars.
Scott is a Real Electric Vehicle Driver, and passionate about people switching. He is all about having the “outside the box” drivers become center stage in the conversation.
Join us on Zoom to learn about what this year’s Longhorn Formula SAE Electric and Solar Vehicle teams are working on.
Thursday, November 12th from 6:30 – 7:30pm.
Formula SAE Electric:
Formula SAE was founded at the University of Texas 40 years ago by our faculty sponsor Dr. Ron Matthews. Since then, the Formula SAE competition has grown into an international engineering phenomenon in which hundreds of teams from around the world design, build, and compete highly advanced vehicles. The Formula Electric Team at UT was formed in 2016 by a team of very passionate engineers at our school who wanted to push the boundaries of what our vehicles could do. Our young team is fueled by a culture of education, sustainability, and innovation. Our students have a front row seat to the electric vehicle revolution, gaining hands on experience with electrical components. We are also committed to learning and passing on that knowledge as the team continues to grow. In the coming years, we aim to maintain our explosive growth and continue our improvement at competition.
Solar Vehicle Team:
The University of Texas Solar Vehicle Team is a multidisciplinary team striving to build the fastest, most efficient solar powered vehicle capable of winning international competitions. Since 1989, we have conquered real-world problems, challenging students in areas such as energy management, aerodynamics, and composite material fabrication. The team’s focus on renewable energy puts us at the forefront of the current cultural shift towards clean energy and energy efficiency. In the next few years, we aim to compete internationally and continue to develop our rapidly growing team.