Hüttlin Kugelmotor Could Revolutionize Extended Range
The Hüttlin Kugelmotor has have arrived and if you haven’t heard about, you’re not the only one. The little, compact and highly unorthodox internal combustion fits somewhere between a Wankel rotary engine and a more tradition piston system. In a nutshell, it’s two sets of opposing pistons, following a sine wave shaft, spinning a cam turning a rotor inside a stator.
Das Hüttlin Kugelmotor. What is it, who did it, what are you talking about? The Hüttlin Kugelmotor motor is an inventive take on what a more efficient internal combustion should look like. By radically moving away from traditional pistons, it uses two pairs of opposite pistons spinning around a crack. In some ways, it looks like a rotary engine but it still has pistons. The rotating pistons spin around a rotor, thus bridging a gasoline piston engine and an electric motor. Confused yet?