Posted August 15, 2014 by

Recruitment of new members is now open! If you are interested in being a part of the UBC Supermileage team, building award winning, highly fuel efficient vehicles, please fill out this form. Head over to our Join the Team page under the Team heading for more information.

Posted July 22, 2014 by

We hope you enjoyed the nail biting SuperBlog II coverage of our week at the Shell Eco-Marathon Americas. After a successful competition with the Odysseus coming in 3rd place at 325mpg in the Urban Concept category, we received some disappointing news. On return from Houston, Texas, the shipping truck with our crate was involved in a rollover accident, destroying both vehicles and many of our tools. No students were hurt but our thoughts are with the drivers who may have been injured in this accident. The team will be working extra hard this year to rebuild and remain highly competitive. Huge thanks to the UBC Mechanical Engineering Department, Shell and UBC faculty members for their support in these difficult times! Please visit our Sponsors and Media page if you are interested in supporting the team, or our blog for more information.

Posted April 23, 2014 by

Have you come here looking for updates for this year’s competition? Well, you won’t find them here, but if you head on over to our blog you’ll find updates a-plenty!

Happy reading!

Posted November 28, 2013 by

As the leaves were falling and we needed a break from studying for midterm exams we decided to take some photos of Odi. Along the way a friend and former team member Kai decided to make a movie of the process. There is no point to the movie except for something to enjoy and remember the fall by. Enjoy





Posted October 9, 2013 by

On Monday the UBC Supermileage Team had the opportunity to take part in the Canadian Innovation Summit hosted by Shell. The Summit was the first to be held in Canada and was a chance for Canadian business and technology leaders to meet with global thought leaders, policy makers, and experts from various sectors of industry and the community to discuss issues such as future energy demands and literacy. We were there exhibiting our team and our experiences building super-fuel-efficient vehicles, and throughout the day several excellent seminars and talks were given by influential Canadians including retired astronaut Chris Hadfield and  Ellis Ross, the Chief Councilor of the Haisla Nation. It was an amazing experience to meet and speak to so many innovative individuals!