In 2020 a completely new vehicle was developed, featuring a new chassis, and bodyshell. The vehicle is powered by a new fuel cell and is equipped with a new energy management system. The fuel cell control component of the vehicle's energy module, for the first time was designed and custom made entirely in-house by the TUCer team.
Spyros Louis' evolution featured a new frame, suspension, a new steering system and a new electric motor. The vehicle development was focused on safety. Spyros Louis II competed in the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2017 and 2019 competitions. In 2017 the vehicle finished 4th in the Urban Concept H2 category and won the Safety Award.
Spyros Louis vehicle was developed in 2016 and it is named after the Greek marathon runner who won at the first modern Olympics in 1896. The vehicle was equipped with a new frame and a new energy management system featuring energy regeneration capabilities. The team was focused on improving every safety aspect of the vehicle components.
Spyros Louis competed in the Shell Eco-marathon Europe 2016, at the Urban Concept H2 category and won the Safety Award.
In 2012 the team developed a completely new vehicle, the ER12. This vehicle was fitted with a new fuel cell, electric motor and transmission system. It was equipped with lighter wheels and frame. Also, a new aerodynamically efficient bodyshell was designed and constructed.
The ER12 competed in the Shell Eco-marathon Europe competitions from 2012 to 2015, at the Urban Concept H2 category. It was ranked 4th on energy consumption, in 2014 and 2015.
In 2009, the team developed its first hydrogen powered electric vehicle. The Eco Racer II was built on an aluminum frame with a carbon fiber bodyshell.
The Eco Racer II competed in the Shell Eco-marathon Europe, at the Urban Concept H2 category from 2009 to 2011. Its best consumption performance at the races was 45km/kWh. It won the ADAC Safety Award for two consecutive years in 2010 and 2011.
Eco Racer was the first single-seater racing vehicle developed by the TUCer team in 2008. It competed in the Shell Eco-marathon Europe competition. It was built with an aluminum frame and powered by a petrol fueled internal combustion engine.