Electric vehicle designed by students in Antalya will compete at TEKNOFEST

Orhangazi Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School students in Serik district will participate in TEKNOFEST races with the electric vehicle they designed.

9 students, coordinated by the high school’s advisor Sedat Ünlü, produced an electric vehicle, all of which were designed by themselves, with the support of TÜBİTAK.

The electric vehicle, which the team started to build on June 15, was completed on August 4.

The vehicle, called “Hole in one”, also pleased with its performance in test drives.

It has been reported that the electric vehicle will represent Antalya in the electric vehicle races between high schools at the Aviation, Space and Technology Festival (TEKNOFEST-2021) to be held at Istanbul Atatürk Airport.

Serik District Governor Mehmet Kurdoğlu told reporters that the students carried out a successful study with the support of TÜBİTAK.

Emphasizing the importance of encouraging young people, Kurdoğlu said that he congratulated those who contributed to the design of the electric vehicle.

High School Principal Murat Kılıç noted that the body, chassis and front layout of the vehicle were all prepared at the school.

Metal Technologies teacher and Consultant Teacher Sedat Ünlü explained that they designed the vehicle at the request of students who want to participate in TEKNOFEST races.

Stating that they wanted to represent the district of Serik by putting the name of the vehicle “Hole in one”, which means the best shot in golf, which has a place in the tourism of the region, Ünlü said, “We determined the symbol of the vehicle as a golf ball. We manufactured the chassis of the vehicle ourselves in our workshop. we believe.” used the phrases.

Team Captain Serhat Büyükevren also said that they are assertive in the competition.

After the speeches, the test drive vehicle was introduced to the journalists.

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