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Electronicsweekly.com - Software takes sports car design to new level

Is this the first sports car to be designed in software like a PCB or chip?  

The Ligier JS P3 sports prototype racing car was designed using simulation software to optimise its aerodynamics an for thermal design of the engine and brakes.

US-based Exa is the EDA company behind the PowerFLOW simulation software.  

The software is used by many major passenger-car manufacturers around the world, but French sports car maker Onroak Automotive has taken this to a new level with its simulation of the design of the Ligier JS P3 racer.