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écrit le 2011-12-11 - Brussels 2011
I-Care Racing 2012 - New prototype first vision at the Auto Show 2012
The first prototype electric 100% Belgian bio-body generated for the circuits will be presented at the International Motor Show in Brussels in January 2012
I-Care, think global, act local - local solutions produced locally with local resources.
Team I-CARE currently assembles what will be the first 100% electric vehicle design Belgian composed of recycled materials sourced and organic. The prototype two-seat concept car is a lightweight monocoque made of linen.

It was designed to develop short-term class leisure and discovery of the electric driving circuit.
It will refine the electric motor is already developed.
This version will offer moral comfort to fans of the circuits while opening new avenues for mobility.
The vehicle will be initially based at Zolder.

Is the first Zolder circuit equipped with a solar array type tracker.
The panels feed a paddock provided to recharge the batteries of electric vehicles including the I-Care Racing will be the first of a long hoped for.
We invest circuits because we believe that this type of place that we can change attitudes, provide an alternative leisure and conducting tests of vehicles that we develop.

This premiere will be presented on the stand-Zolder VAB, Building 8 of 10 to 22 January 2012.

Racing this model, designed by Pierre Lallemand, is discovered on the site www.icare-green.eu

Astrid Hall in Heysel, you can discover all the prototypes already developed by C & C association.

We need you to bring this project.
Thank you for this message to your listing.
Discover this great first show at Heysel
and test the prototype on the occasion of the Clean Week of Zolder in May 2012.

Xavier Van der Stappen, I-Care Concept

We live in a time of transition, we do not really know where we're going but we need to go ahaid ! I-Care Concept: www.icare-green.eu
écrit le 2010-07-06 - Pretoria
Arrival at Pretoria
Invitation from the Sputh African Press Club in Pretoria
French Belgians Xavier van Stappen and Vincent Pierart travelled from Copenhagen to Ghana in a three-weel electrical car.  They then flew from Ghana to Johannesburg to be in time for the World Cup and drove the car to Cape Town.  The 'Cop to Cape' is an attempt to promote the use of alternative energy. You are invited to a media briefing by van Stappen and Pierart, where the car will be on display,  

on  Wednesday, 7 July 2010 at  11:00


the  Court Classique Hotel, 

Corner  Schoeman &  Beckett Street, 

 Arcadia, Pretoria.   

 They will tell the story of their journey and take questions.

RSVP essential:

Secretariat - Tel 012 804 5199


Coptocap à Johannesburg - visite chez NetDay





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