IN THE HEART OF GERMAN AUTOMOTIVE COMPETENCE
THE BOSCH TEST CENTER BOXBERG
Normally this test site with a total area of 94 ha and driving modules of 24 ha is only usable by international car manufacturers under strictest secrecy. From drifting to high-speed tests, everything is possible there.
However, your vehicle presentation at the Auto Event Forum Boxberg can give you exclusive access. What and how exactly you can best discuss in a personal meeting to plan your event.
You would like to add a meaningful highlight to your automobile presentation? Then go where hardly anyone else has access: Use the Bosch test track in Boxberg!
HIGH SPEED OVAL
The high-speed line is designed for driving tests up to 200 km/h. On three lanes (each 3.75 m wide), several vehicles can be used simultaneously for formation runs if required. A completely circumferential crash barrier at the bottom also allows motorcycles to pass through.
The multifunctional surface is suitable for all kinds of driving tests and demonstrations. The area of 250 m x 40 m offers sufficient space and safety - even during unusual driving maneuvers. There is also a 160 m long acceleration lane.
VEHICLE DYNAMICS AREA
This flat, seamlessly asphalted circular surface is ideal for braking maneuvers, circling, J-turns or slalom. The area with a total diameter of 300 m can also be irrigated if necessary.
BAD ROAD SECTION
The bad road section has nine different road surfaces for speeds up to about 50 km/h. Since it is primarily designed for the endurance test of chassis and vehicle electronics, it is only of limited use for vehicle presentations.
A total of two different handling courses are available. Both are ideally suited for demonstrating the handling of any road vehicle.
Handling course 1:
Handling Course 1 is a very fluid course and is suitable for all vehicles due to the curve radii between 48 m and 101 m.
Handling course 2:
The curve radii of this course are between 15 m and 115 m. The curves are partially sloping inwards or outwards, resulting in an increased degree of difficulty. The wet handling course can also be watered continuously. In addition, there is a drift curve with an increased cross slope. The course can be individually divided into different segments with pylons to carry out certain tests, training or events. The handling course 2 is not suitable for commercial vehicles and buses.
Handling course 2 includes a pass route. This pass simulates serpentines with curve radii from 6 m to 15 m and different gradients.
(Source: Bosch test center Boxberg)