The Big Car Database


EDAG is noted for its concept cars such as EDAG Biwak estate concept on the Beetle, the EDAG Pontiac Solstice Hardtop and the EDAG Show Car No. 8 based on smart mechanicals.

EDAG has conducted design work for the application of 3D-printing (additive manufacturing) technology under their "Genesis project", in which Fraunhofer, Laser Zentrum Nord and DMRC Paderborn participated.

Concept Cars and Prototypes

  • EDAG Scout (1999)
  • EDAG 2000 (2000)
  • EDAG Keinath GT/C (2001)
  • EDAG Keinath GT/C Cabrio (2002)
  • EDAG Pontiac Solstice Hardtop
  • EDAG Cinema 7D (2003)
  • EDAG GenX (2004)
  • EDAG/Rinspeed Chopster (2005)
  • EDAG Show Car No.8 (2005)
  • EDAG Pontiac Solstice Hardtop (2006)
  • EDAG Biwak (2006)
  • EDAG LUV (2007)
  • EDAG Light Car - Open Source (2009)
  • EDAG Light Car Sharing (2011)
  • EDAG Genesis (2014)
  • EDAG Light Coccoon (2015)


The EDAG Light Car - Open Source (LCOS), uses Protean Electric wheel hub motors, powered by 180 Gaia battery cells featuring lithium iron phosphate technology, with a maximum range of 150 kilometers (93 mi) and a top speed of 140 km/h (87 mph). Using the charger developed by EDAG and a charging rate of 10 kW, recharging takes approximately 2 hours