To whom it may concern, 

 Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV Japan) is now holding 2017 EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students. We have made the second screening. There are 10 teams out of 23 teams passed the second screening. 
The teams which passed are as follows.

<Teams passed the second screening>Country,School,Team(listed in alphabetical order of school)

JapanAdvanced Institute of Industrial Technologyebi-P
Philippines Car Design Academy Team Hope
Uganda Car Design Academy Magnitude
Japan Chiba Institute of Technology SAL
China Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts Triple Six
Italy IAAD - Istituto d'arte applicata e design LE-ON
Japan Nagoya City University GoL
India National Institute of Design Team EV India
Japan Tokyo Communication Arts KIM HYEON SU
JapanTokyo Metropolitan UniversityN electricity

<Final Screening and Award Ceremony>

 Date:10:00A.M.-12:00P.M. November 4th, 2017 
 Venue:Tokyo Big Sight Conference Tower 6F Conference Rooms <http://www.bigsight.jp/english/>
 *Presentation from the teams which passed the second screening, the final screening and award ceremony will be held as a program of Tokyo Motor Show Symposium 2017.

<Awards>

◎Grand Pix(1 team), with 200 thousand yen as a supplementary prize 
◎METI (Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry) Minister Award(1 team), with 100 thousand yen as a supplementary prize 
◎MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport) Minister Award(1 team), with 100 thousand yen as a supplementary prize 
◎Sponsorship Awards (1 team each award)
 ・NTN Award
 ・Car Design Academy Award 
 ・Bosch Award
 ・Mitsubishi Chemical Award

 After the award ceremony, APEV symposium will be held in the afternoon.
 Screening committee members will discuss existens of the next generation mobilities and future society based on the winning works.Also famous guest speaker will make keynote speech.
 Detailed information will be updated on APEV's website later. 〈http://www.apev.jp/contest/en/

★Please refer pdf file in full detail.

★Contact
 Gen Yasujima ,  EV Design Contest Secretary-General 
 Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV Japan)
 TEL:+81-50-3736-8325 FAX:+81-50-3153-2686
<To APEV members and the press>
 
 Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV) is now holding the EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students 2017.

 We are pleased to inform the workshop 1 (WS1) was held. We invited the teams which passed the first screening to WS1. We have 23 teams from 16 schools that passed the first screening, and 10 teams from 8 schools of them joined WS1.

・Schools:Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology, Chiba University,
 Graduate School of Chiba University, Chiba Institute of Technology, Tokyo Communication Art, Nagoya City University, Nihon Kougakuin College, HAL Nagoya
・Date:July 1st (Sat.) 10 A.M.~6 P.M.
・Venue: café 1886 at Bosch, Shibuya, Tokyo
・Lecturers:Toshio Yamashita (Commissioner of APEV, EV Contest Executive Committee Chairman), Takeru Can (Nori, inc. Design Director)

・Contents:
 In the morning, the students presented about their design proposal for the first screening in 3 minutes. Lecturers and representatives of the sponsors gave some comments to students. "We expect that students could deeply understand the significance of concepts and designs through this workshop" said Mr. Yamashita, Executive Committee Chairman.

In the afternoon, lectures about how to represent ideas of designs, packages that focused on seating posture of occupant, and ways to draw sketches were delivered.

Time for teams to elaborate designs and concepts was set after the lectures. Lecturers and representatives of the sponsors gave advices and responded to individual consultation.

Mr. Yamashita encouraged everyone in the end, "I expect all teams to raise the level of works, and I am looking forward to seeing you at the workshop 2 after the second screening."

 Organizers took videos of WS1 and will deliver in Japanese and English for students, sponsor companies, supporting groups, and APEV members that couldn't participate in the workshop this time.

 We sincerely acknowledge Bosch Co., Ltd., who provided venue and reception party for workshop 1, and representatives of the following sponsor companies: Car Design Academy, TOOLS INT'L, Marubeni Information Systems Co., Ltd, Mitsubishi Chemical Co., Ltd., Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd., Renesas Electronics Co., Ltd.

★Please refer pdf file in full detail.
 
■Contact
Gen Yasujima   EV Design Contest Secretary-General 
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)
Address: FUKUTAKE HALL THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO  
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  113-0033  JAPAN
Tel: +81-50-3736-8325   FAX: +81-50-3153-2686
  Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV) is now holding 2017 EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students.
Today we are pleased to announce the first screening results. 
The selection was extremely difficult because every team submits an excellent work. 

The selected teams are as below.
◎Total:16 schools / 23 teams (Entry:34 schools / 96 teams)
◎From Japan: 9 schools / 12 teams 
◎From overseas:  8 countries,7 schools / 11 teams(2 schools / 2 teams : China
   1 school / 2 teams : India, Italy
   1 school / 1 team: Philippines, Taiwan, Tunisia, Uganda, UK)
   Please wait for the final screening and award ceremony of winning entries at the Tokyo Motor Show in this autumn. 

★Please refer the List of selected teams

★Contact
Gen Yasujima ,  EV Design Contest Secretary-General 
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)
 TEL:+81-50-3736-8325 FAX:+81-50-3153-2686
To whom it may concern,
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV) is now holding 
2017 EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students. 

We have the honor to inform you that Minister Awards from METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) and MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) will be awarded to outstanding teams.

This contest aims to provide opportunities to learn and think about automated driving, traffic policies for depopulated areas, and issues that have been discussed in national research conferences. We hope that Minister Awards could encourage the participants, and expect developing sophisticated suggestions. There are also new jury members from METI and MLIT.

Same as previous time, MOE (Ministry of the Environment), METI , MLIT and The University of Tokyo are supporting this contest. Furthermore, because of the relationship with TOCOG (The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games), we will receive support from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government this time.

We do not evaluate works only by styling. 
We look forward to far-sighted ideas considering the trend of whole society, and proposals including worldviews which are one step ahead of other design contests.

★The following are the awards of this contest. 
 ◎ Grand Pix(1 team), with 200 thousand yen as a supplementary prize
 ◎ METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) Minister Award(1 team), with 100 thousand yen as a supplementary prize
 ◎ MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) Minister Award(1 team), with 100 thousand yen as a supplementary prize
 ◎Company Award(several teams), official names and supplementary prizes will be decided by supporting companies. 

★Screening Committee
 ◎Head: Shiro Nakamura(Ex-Senior Vice President, CCO, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.)
 ◎Members:
 ・Tadao Ando (Architect & Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo)
 ・Akihiro Nagaya (Executive Officer, Chief General Manager, Design Center, Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.) 
 ・Ken Okuyama (Industrial Designer & CEO, Ken Okuyama Design)
 ・Patrick le Quément (Industrial designer & Ex-Senior Vice President of Corporate design, Renault)
 ・Zhang, Fan (Vice President, Head of Design Guangzhou Automobile Group Co., Ltd.)
 ・Noriyuki Mita (Deputy Director-General, Manufacturing Industries Bureau Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry)
 ・Masayuki Shima (Senior Deputy Director-General, Road Transport Bureau Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) 
 ・Nobuhiro Tajima (Chief Commissioner, Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles)


★In addition, we have attached a revised list of "The participating 
schools for EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students 2017" 
witch was announced before.

◎Total:34 Schools / 96 Teams.

◎ From Japan: 20 Schools / 45 Teams. 

◎From overseas: 15 countries,14 Schools / 51 Teams.
  Taiwan:5 Schools / 18 Teams, Italy: 2 Schools / 13 Teams, , India:1 School / 5 Teams, 
  China:4 Schools / 4 Teams
  Below countries are 1 School / 1 Team :
  Australia, Canada, Philippines, Qatar, Spain, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, UAE, Uganda, UK, USA

Please refer the List of participating schools in full detail.

★Contact
Gen Yasujima   EV Design Contest Secretary-General 
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)
Address: FUKUTAKE HALL THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO  
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  113-0033  JAPAN
Tel: +81-50-3736-8325   FAX: +81-50-3153-2686
To whom it may concern,
 Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV) is now holding "EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students 2017".

 Now entries were closed and from all over the world many teams of students have applied.
 
APEV proudly announce the result of application as follows.

★Total:32 Schools / 82 Teams.

★ From Japan: 20 Schools / 45 Teams. 

★From overseas: 14 countries,12 Schools / 37 Teams.
 Italy: 2 Schools / 11 Teams,Taiwan:5 Schools / 10 Teams,
 China:3 Schools / 3 Teams,  India:1 School / 3 Teams,

 Below countries are 1 School / 1 Team :
 Australia,Canada,Philippines,Qatar,Spain,Tunisia,UAE,Uganda,UK,USA

◎Please refer the List of participating schools in full detail.

◎Contact
Gen Yasujima   EV Design Contest Secretary-General 
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)
Address: FUKUTAKE HALL THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO  
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  113-0033  JAPAN
Tel: +81-50-3736-8325   FAX: +81-50-3153-2686
To whom it may concern,

 Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV) is now holding "EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students 2017".

We've extend the application deadline and would like to inform you the following things.

As for students, we are looking forward to your applications.
As for teachers,we would like ask you to promoting further entries.

Also, I would like to ask the media organizations to widely disseminate information.

Thank you for your cooperation.

                        "Note"

1. We've extend the application deadline to May 12th 18:00 (GMT+9:00). 
We are looking forward to your application.

■Application Procedures
 1)Check the website for the contest details. 
 2)Make sure to read and agree with terms and conditions on the website. 
 3)Download the application form from this URL. 
 4)Fill in the application form and save as a word format (.doc).
 5)Submit the application form as a word format (.doc) by e-mail to the 
   EV contest executive committee. <contest@apev.jp>
 6)Deadline: May 12th. 18:00 (GMT+9:00)

2.The following are the Detail requirements for the first screening.

■Please submit the following two works

 ①Explain you proposal considering real-life situation in(1)user(2)
  infrastructure(3)packaging(4)practicality of the new technology  
  by articles, with figures and graphs as necessary. 

  English proposal can have a maximum of 1500 words, and the maximum is 3000 words when adding Japanese. 
  The proposal should be summarized in up to three A3 sheets. 

 ②Sketches up to three A3 sheets including use situation, by handwriting or in a CAD file. It is not necessary to sketch driver's seat or inside the vehicles. 
  However, please include them if it is necessary for explaining the concept of design. 

 〇Save ① and ② as PDF. The maximum file size limit is 10MB. 
  Handwriting must be scanned and saved as PDF.

 ○All works must be submitted by e-mail to the following address: 
  〈contest@apev.jp〉.
  The submission deadline is on May 31st 18:00(GMT+9:00).
  We do not accept any submission by mail or courier service.

★Please refer PDF file in full detail.

■Contact
Gen Yasujima   EV Design Contest Secretary-General
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)
Address: FUKUTAKE HALL THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  113-0033  JAPAN
Tel: +81-50-3736-8325   FAX: +81-50-3153-2686
To whom it may concern 

The Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV) is pleased to announce the launch of "EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students 2017."
 
Since 2013, APEV has organized "EV Super Micro Mobility Design Contest for International Students" in conjunction with the Tokyo Motor Show.  In 2017 the target is not restricted to the super micro mobility but expanded to electric vehicles in general. 

Furthermore, APEV would like to show the concept and scheme of the mobility society in the future and new approaches to the environment issues, with the creativity and planning ability for the designs. 

APEV looks forward to many applications. 

■Contest Overview
1.Title"EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students 2017"

2.Objectives To foster students who will lead the next generation, through designing electric vehicles with a broad range of possibilities. 
 

3.Organizations
〇Host: The Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)

〇Supporters: (tentative, in alphabetical order)
 Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, University of Tokyo
 Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. (JAMA)
 Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan
 Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan
 Ministry of the Environment of Japan

〇Sponsors: Companies confirmed for the first round
 Benesse Holdings, Inc.
 Honda R&D Co., Ltd. 
 IHI Transport Machinery Co., Ltd.
 Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
 NTN Corporation
 Renesas Electronics Corporation
 Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.

 Companies for the second round are being wanted.

4.EV Design Contest Committee
〇Chairperson:Toshio Yamashita (APEV Commissioner & CEO of INTERROBANG DESIGN INC.& Visiting Professor at Tokyo Metropolitan University)
〇Vice-Chairperson: Hitoshi Arima (APEV Commissioner & President of Arima Management Design, Ltd. & Chairman of Yokohama Smart Community)
〇Secretariat: The Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)

5.Screening Committee
〇Head: Shiro Nakamura (Chairman of the Tokyo Motor Show Committee, JAMA & Senior Vice President, CCO, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.) 
〇Members:
 Akihiro Nagaya (Executive Officer, Chief General Manager, Design 
Center, Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.)
 Ken Okuyama (Industrial Designer & CEO, Ken Okuyama Design) 
 Patrick le Quément (Industrial designer & Ex-Senior Vice President of 
Corporate design, Renault)
 Tadao Ando (Architect & Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo)
 Zhang, Fan (Vice President, Head of Design Guangzhou Automobile Group 
Co., Ltd.)
 Nobuhiro Tajima (Chief Commissioner, APEV)

6.Assignment and screening
Assignment: To propose a design of the future mobility which maximize the potential of zero-emission EV and to show the ways how such future mobility will be involved in the society.  

1)First screening (About 20 teams will be selected.)
〇The following two points will be evaluated:
 ①Description of users, infrastructure, packaging, and practicality of the new technology: The actual usage scene of the future mobility should be taken account.  It can be presented by means of texts, figures, or graphs, as needed.  
 ②Sketch including the usage scene*1: Hand-drawing permitted

Teams which pass the first screening will be endowed with the right to participate in
Workshop 1. 

2)Second screening (About 6 finalists will be selected.)
〇The following two points will be evaluated:
 ①Same as the first screening (see above) 
 ②2D and 3D data of the sketch including the usage scene. 

 Teams which pass the second screening will be endowed with the right to participate in Workshop 2. 

*1: Exterior must be included in the sketch but interior is an option.
 
3)Once the finalists are nominated, they shall create a poster (B1 size)
, by the time of award ceremony.  The poster should describe "users, infrastructure, packaging, and the practicality of the new technology of the future mobility," based on the digital data of EV presented in the first screening.

4)Final screening and award ceremony
All the finalists will have a 5-minute Powerpoint presentation of their work at the award ceremony to be held in Tokyo during the Tokyo Motor Show.  This presentation will affect the final screening to choose the winners, including Grand Prix.  

★Tokyo Motor Show: October 28 (Sat)-November 5 (Sun) / Press days October 25th (Wed) and 26th (Thu) 

5)Exhibition of the finalists' works 
All the finalists will have poster presentation in Tokyo during the Tokyo Motor Show. 

7.Participation
1)Participants shall be students and 18 years old or older as of April 
2017.  They can form a team of two or more members up to six.  The types of the school do not matter and multiple teams from one school are also accepted.
2)Participants are requested to register on designated social networking services (SNS) so that they can respond to all forms of guidance from the sponsors in a timely manner.
3)Participants in the contest shall require the approval and instructions of the professors or instructors from the school.  
4)Participants shall agree with Item 11"Terms and condition" and Item 12 "Privacy policy".
5)The language to be used for the works and communication is English but participants' native languages can be included in their works.  
6)Entree is free of charge.

8.Criteria 
1)Originality: Ideas shall show the originality with clear and feasible concepts.
2)Design: Design shall be reflecting the era and society. 
3)Presentation: Presentation shall be expressive and convincing.
★Works must be original and previously unpublished.

9.Awards To be given to the finalists
1)Grand Prix, Special Award (contents and prize will be decided according to the sponsor money to be collected.) 
2)Awards offered by the sponsors and cooperative firms (To be decided according to the sponsors.)
3)Opportunity to present works in Tokyo during the Tokyo Motor Show. (Exhibition and presentation at the ceremony award)
4)Trophy
5)Appearance on the booklet of works in contest 2017.

10.Schedule
・End-October 2016: Announcement of the application guidelines
・November 23rd (Wed): Car design workshop in Tokyo
・January 19th 2017: Announcement of the screening committee members and start of accepting applications 
・April 28th 2017: Deadline for entries
・End-May 2017: Deadline for the work for the first screening
・Mid-June 2017: Announcement of the first screening results
・End-June 2017: Workshop 1
・Mid-August 2017: Deadline for the work for the second screening
・Early-September 2017: Announcement of the second screening results
・Mid- September 2017: Workshop 2
・End-October to Early-November 2017: Final screening and award ceremony in Tokyo
・February to March 2018: Final report meeting
 (The schedule is subject to change without notice.)

★Please refer pdf file in full detail.


■Contact
Gen Yasujima   EV Design Contest Secretary-General 
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)
Address: FUKUTAKE HALL THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO  
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  113-0033  JAPAN
Tel: +81-50-3736-8325   FAX: +81-50-3153-2686
TOKYO- Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV) is pleased to announce the launch of "EV  Mobility Design Contest for International Students 2017."

Since 2013 APEV has organized "EV Super Micro Mobility Design Contest for International Students" in conjunction with the Tokyo Motor Show. 

The purpose of the contest is to foster students who will lead the next generation, through designing electric vehicles with a broad range of possibilities.

APEV would also like to raise the global interest by showing the concept and scheme of the mobility society and new approaches to the environment issues,with the creativity and planning ability for the designs. 

The overview of "EV Mobility Design Contest for International Students 2017" is as follows.

APEV looks forward to many applications from students all over the world and appreciate supports from business corporations and organizations.   
Wide media coverage is also highly welcome.   

■Contest Overview

<Assignment>
 To propose a design of the future mobility which maximizes the use of zero-emission EV and the way how such future mobility will be involved in the society.  
 
<Head of Screening Committee>
 Mr. Shiro Nakamura ( Senior Vice President and Chief Creative Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. )
 
<Schedule>
 October 2016: Announcement of the application guidelines
 January 2017: Announcement of the screening committee members and start of accepting application 
 April 2017: First screening
 July 2017: Second screening 
 Fall 2017: Final screening and award ceremony 
 (The schedule is subject to change without notice.)
 
<Works and website from the Contest in 2015>
 Link to the Contest in 2015:  http://www.apev.jp/contest/en/

★Please refer pdf file in full detail.

■Contact
Gen Yasujima   EV Design Contest Secretary-General 
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)
 Address: FUKUTAKE HALL THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO  7-3-1 Hongo, 
 Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  113-0033, JAPAN
 Tel: +81-50-3736-8325   FAX: +81-50-3153-2686
To: APEV members and News Media Companies

 This year, the Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles 
organized the second EV Super Micro Mobility Design Contest for 
International Students 2015 in conjunction with SMART MOBILITY CITY 2015,
 a themed-based project of the Tokyo Motor Show.
 The number of applicants nearly tripled from the last contest in 2013 
with 98 Japanese and international student teams. Six finalist teams 
were involved in a tight battle to the end as the presentation on the 
award day was added as one of the examination criteria.
Following is an outline of the presentations of the finalist student 
teams and the awards ceremony for each award.

<Outline>
Date/time: 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Venue: Conference Tower, Tokyo Big Sight (Koto-ku, Tokyo)
     *Themed-based project of the Tokyo Motor Show 2015
     During the Advanced Technology Seminar of SMART MOBILITY CITY 2015
 
Host: Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles

Attendees: About 150 attendees including students receiving awards and 
their family members and friends, judges, and representatives from 
sponsors and support groups

Order of ceremony: Each team made a presentation on the awarded project 
in alphabetical order of the names of their universities. Then, judges 
made a final review to determine the recipients of the Grand Prix, 
Special Award, and Sponsors' Awards and presented a certificate of 
commendation, trophy, and prize list to each recipient.

<Prize/Name of Schools/Name of Teams>

Grand Prix/Kyoto Institute of Technology/Nasawopolus
Special Award/Tokyo Metropolitan University/GYB
Benesse Award/Okayama Prefectural University/OPU
Marubeni Information Systems Award/HAL Osaka College of Technology & 
Design/Takayuki Hayashi
NTN Award/Musashino Art University/MID
Dassault Systemes Award/Chiba University/PDL B4

Please refer pdf file in full detail.

Contact Information:
Mr. Gen Yasujima   EV Design Contest Secretary-General 
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)
 TEL:+81-50-3736-8325 FAX:+81-50-3153-2686
 E-mail:contest@apev.jp
To: APEV members and News Media Companies

Following the first contest in 2013, the Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (Japan) is organizing the second round of the EV Super Micro Mobility Design Contest for International Students 2015 in conjunction with SMART MOBILITY CITY 2015 at the Tokyo Motor Show.

 In the second screening by the screening committee headed by Ken Okuyama,
twenty-five teams representing 17 schools from the first screening were narrowed down to six prize-winning teams-- namely 6 teams representing 6 schools in Japan. Unfortunately none of the teams from overseas were awarded any prizes.

<Name of schools:Name of teams>
Chiba University : PDL B4
HAL Osaka College of Technology & Design : Takayuki Hayashi
Kyoto Institute of Technology : Nasawopolus
Musashino Art University : MID
Okayama Prefectural University : OPU
Tokyo Metropolitan University : GYB

 Posters of these teams will be exhibited in the venue of the upcoming SMART MOBILITY CITY 2015 organized as a theme-based project of the Tokyo Motor Show.
 Moreover, they are requested to present their design during the ceremony planned at the Advanced Technology  Seminar on November 4, where award certificates, trophies, and prizes will be  presented after selecting the winners of the grand prize, special prize, and sponsor awards.

★Announcement of the results of the second screening:
  September 25, 2015 (Friday)
★Exhibition of posters of prize-winning design:
  October 28 (Wednesday) - November 8 (Sunday), 2015
   (At the venue of SMART MOBILITY CITY 2015 
  organized as the theme-based project of Tokyo Motor Show)
★Awards ceremony of winning entries:
  November 4, 2015 (Wednesday) from 10:00 a.m.
  (During the Advanced Technology Seminar of SMART MOBILITY CITY 2015 as above)
★Report on the design contest results and symposium on future plans:
  February 19, 2016 (Friday) (Iwata City, Shizuoka Prefecture)
  * The schedule is subject to change.

 APEV members and news media are kindly requested to participate in the event.

 Please refer pdf file in full detail.

Contact:
Gen Yasujima   EV Design Contest Secretary-General 
Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles (APEV)
 TEL:+81-50-3736-8325 FAX:+81-50-3153-2686
 E-mail:contest@apev.jp