ÜM06 ( LYNX )

After 3 years of continuous improvement, it was a case of wiping the slate clean. This car was a leap forward in terms of development, involving reinterpreting the overall concept of the car, and developing all projects from scratch, setting the new engineering basis for those to come.

  • Honda CBR 600 RR 2008 engine
  • Rear Radiator
  • Carbon fibre tank and intake
  • LSD Drexler differential
  • Bosch electronic throttle
  • Complete dynamic redesign for 10 inches (Suspension, steering, single nut hub…)
  • Hybrid monocoque chassis, with tubular steel subframe
  • Weight 184 kg
Season 2021/2022:
  • Formula Student Spain (FSS)


Also known as ÜMEx 01, this is the team’s first functional autonomous vehicle. It has served as a school and test bench for all the systems and elements necessary for a DV vehicle to function.

  • 2014 Honda CBR 600 RR engine
  • ZED 2 stereo camera, no LiDAR
  • Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX high-end hardware
  • Neural Network Yolov5
  • Odometry and sensor system per wheel
  • 14-board CAN distributed system, developed by the team.
  • Integration of pneumatic and electric actuators
Season 2021/2022:

Formula Student Spain (FSS)

ÜM05 ( LOTUS )

Development of the UM04 has been one of the cars that has undergone the most tests and hours of testing. It was a constructive optimisation and a challenge to finish it on time due to the uncertainty and constant problems caused by COVID19.

  • Honda CBR 600 RR 2014 engine
  • Cooling and fuel system optimisation.
  • Haltech Elite 1500 E.C.U
  • C.A.N. communications system
  • Improved strength tubular steel chassis
  • Carbon fibre head restraint with HoneyComb
  • Carbon fibre fairing and pontoons
  • Weight 252 kg
Season 2020/2021:
  • Formula Student Netherlands (FSN)
  • Formula Student Spain (FSS):
    • Completed all dynamic tests


Complete evolution of the FURJC 3, involving an overall optimisation of the chassis, electronics, aerodynamics, weight… A very successful combination of ingredients that would culminate in the completion of all testing for the first time in the FSS.

  • 2008 Honda CBR 600 RR engine
  • LSD Drexler Differential
  • Haltech E11 E.C.U
  • C.A.N. communications system
  • PushRod suspension front and rear (13″)
    Aluminium side intake.
  • Tubular steel chassis
  • Carbon fibre fairing and pontoons
  • Weight 264 kg
Season 2018/2019:
  • Formula Student Spain (FSS)
    Completed all dynamic tests


After a very high development leap in the previous year, the aim was to simplify designs in order to improve, provide reliability and make it highly competitive. The strategy paid off as for the first time it passed scrutinering and ran in dynamic testing.

  • Honda CBR 600 RR 2008 engine
  • Pneumatic Gearshift system
  • Reprogrammed O.E.M E.C.U
  • C.A.N. Communications System
  • Uprated PushRod front and rear suspension
  • Aluminium side intake
  • Steel tubular chassis
  • Fibreglass fairing
  • Weight: 259 kg
Season 2017/2018 :
  • Formula Student Spain (FSS)


  • Honda CBR 600 RR 2008 engine
  • Chain drive
  • Torsen differential
  • Reprogrammed O.E.M. ECU
  • PushRod front and rear suspension (13″) with carbon fibre wishbones and pushbars
  • Aluminium side intake
  • Tubular steel chassis
  • Complete aerodynamic pack
  • Fiberglass fairing
  • Weight — kg
Season 2016/2017:
  • Formula Student Spain (FSS)


It consists of the first car with which the journey would begin. Conceived with the main objective of testing, to get to know the complexity of a Formula Student project and to be able to build the following cars from another perspective.

  • Honda CBR 600 RR 2008 engine
  • Belt drive
  • Haltech Platinum Sport 1000 E.C.U
  • Direct double wishbone suspension
  • 13″ Braid aluminium wheels
  • Fiber-reinforced PA12 intake
  • Tubular steel chassis
  • Fibreglass handmade fairing
  • Weight 300 kg
2015/2016 season:
  • Formula Student Spain (FSS)