Daymak LEVs to come with wireless charging
Canadian light electric vehicle manufacturer Daymak announced that its new EV series Daymak Avvenire will come standard with its patented Daymak Ondata wireless charging technology.
The all-electric Avvenire Series is a comprehensive line-up of personal mobility vehicles including fully enclosed ebikes, on-road electric vehicles, ATVs, ebikes, Scooters and flying electric vehicles.
Daymak says that its patented proprietary Ondata technology is more compact, more efficient, and cheaper than other wireless charging technologies currently available on the market. Daymak says their Ondata technology boasts a 93% efficiency.
Aldo Baiocchi, President of Daymak says “Daymak Ondata adds value to our Avvenire lineup and to the market as a whole. We aren’t developing electric vehicles, we are manifesting a vision of what the future is supposed to look like, and every vehicle that can be fitted with a wireless charging system will be.” said Baiocchi. “Daymak Ondata is projected to be one of our leading revenue-generators as we are also offering it an easy-to-install kit for a very cost-effective price.”
The Canadian company says that the Daymak Ondata station will be able to charge a range of personal light electric vehicles, which means that the customer is not limited to one charging system per class.
Daymak recently unveiled its first three-wheeled electric car, the Daymak Spiritus. With a top speed of 130 mph (209 km/h), the company claims the Spiritus is the world’s fastest three-wheeled electric car.