EPWR is currently in its end-production of 12 all-electric race cars for the STCC season, premiering in Gothenburg on June 8th-9th

EPWR will soon unveil New Electric Cars in Anticipation of the Start of the STCC Season!

April 24, 2024

The STCC season marks the world’s first 100% electric national touring car championship with the EPWR concept, reflecting a significant step towards sustainable motorsport. These cars will feature several key products and solutions from SKF.

Micke Jansson, CEO of PWR Group, commented, "The SKF products take the efficiency and reliability of EPWR race cars one step further forward, a key part in our work to limit the environmental impact without compromising quality."

In addition to promoting sustainable racing, EPWR is dedicated to democratizing access to high-performance racing, emphasizing talent over financial resources. The unique approach involves repurposing original chassis from street cars, reducing environmental impact while ensuring commercial viability.

What is PWR Group?

The PWR Group is based in Stockholm, Sweden. The business group consists of EPWR, PWR RX, PWR Racing and PWR Management. We're united by our passion for motorsports, and in everything we do, we're committed to making the sport more accessible, entertaining, and sustainable.

What is EPWR?

EPWR stands at the forefront of innovation within the PWR Group, leading the charge in revolutionizing motorsport. With a focus on sustainable performance, economic viability, and technical advancement, the organization drives change within the industry. Designing and manufacturing electric-powered racing cars, EPWR serves as the R&D arm of the PWR Group with the aim of paving the way for a more environmentally conscious motorsport. These cars are licensed by various racing promoters, and in collaboration with them, EPWR sets new standards for the sport, inspiring ongoing innovation and fostering positive change throughout the industry.

What is STCC?

STCC is Scandinavia's leading racing championship, founded in 1996. The championship competes with heavily modified production cars in an explosive, short, and adrenaline-filled racing format on the best racing circuits in Sweden. Starting in 2024, the championship is electrified with brand-new race cars with nearly 550 horsepower, the most powerful cars in STCC history. STCC is broadcast live via the streaming platform STCC+.

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PWR Group