• EDAG Motorcycle

    Where the boundaries between engineers and fans become blurred

  • Formula Student

    A case for EDAG

  • Additive manufacturing (3D printing)

    How the "EDAG Genesis" turned the automobile world upside down

1124 results:
COCOON   It has always been difficult to assess the long-term significance of inventions. When Nikolaus August Otto invented the four-stroke engine in 1862, many people failed to realise that this milestone...  

COCOON - Modelled on nature   Modelled on nature  

COCOON   The starting point was the question of how it might be possible to put the findings from Genesis to good use in the automotive engineering of today. Particularly in lightweight construction, one of...  

COCOON - The stuff the future is made of   The stuff the future is made ofThe skeleton of the agile EDAG Light Cocoon vaguely resembles a spider's web - which creates something of a problem: for no matter how light and protective this stable...  

COCOON - Light as a means of personal design   Light as a means of personal designIn addition, LEDs are used to illuminate the structure of the show car from the inside. Not just for show, but also to make the skeleton visible. This makes it...  

COCOON - Potential for technological change   Potential for technological changeThere is very little likelihood of our seeing fabric cars in the next few years. However, one thing has already become apparent: namely that various...  

Digital Documents for the Press   Here you will find our Media Information to the Fair including text, pictures and films. All can be downloaded. Please read our terms of use.  

Log-In for Insights   An e-mail with the necessary login details is necessary to gain access to this Download area.Please login or contact our Public Relations at pr@edag.de.  

EDAG wins iF DESIGN AWARD   Competition entry EDAG GENESIS wins a further award for outstanding designChristoph Horvathpr@edag.de  

Search results 291 until 300 until 1124