Drive-by-wire of a converted into electric car Syrena 105 enabling Hardware-In-Loop tests of driving
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In this work, replacing an electronic throttle pedal and a driver in an electric car converted into electric by a hardware-in-loop workbench is described, highlighting the advantage of drive-by-wire feature that appeared after conversion. Drive-by-wire facilitates replacing a driver by Hardware-In-Loop (HIL) workbench, as instead of simulating a mechanical pedal depression by a servomechanism, electric signals can be transmitted directly from the workbench. Thanks to one-pedal-driving feature of the motor controller used in the car, there is a possibility of performing a variety of road tests replacing only the electronic throttle pedal. Hardware interventions in the car are described and sample HIL test results are presented.