Tag: Camal

May 19, 2016 - 09:18 am

Tesla, Camal, Fairchild, Dubuc Motors.

Tesla-DBattery cell diversification? Faced with growing demand, Tesla is allegedly looking to into forming new strategic partnerships for the supply of battery cells on top of its current deal with Panasonic. According to Korean media, Tesla has had talks with LG Chem, Samsung SDI and SK Innovation.

EV news from Italy: Italian design studio Camal presented the Bold Concept all-electric motorcycle, said to go from zero to 60 mph in less than three seconds. Speaking of fast, the concept is fitted with an onboard charger capable of fast-charging.

Fairchild introduces new IGBTs: It is the latest addition to the portfolio of automotive-grade semiconductor solutions for hybrids, EVs, PHEVs. The IGBTs and diodes are ideal for traction inverters.

Going the distance: Dubuc Motors says it reached a range of 370 miles (595 km) on one charge with its all-electric Tomahawk. The sports car is said to be unveiled in 2017, as the company just secured another 5m dollars in funding.
cleantechnica.com, prnewswire.com

Dec 17, 2015 - 09:35 am

eHorizon, Camal, Floatility, ARPA-E.

eHorizon widens: Continental brings a dynamic version of its cloud based eHorizon technology to CES after previously demonstrating the fuel saving abilities of a static version in its 48-Volt mild hybrid. The dynamic eHorizon uses cloud and crowd intelligence to refresh the digital map in the backend with accurate information.

Camal-RamusaHybrid hyper car: Italian design house Camal presents the Ramusa (Italian for lizard) SUV concept with all-wheel drive. The hybrid drive is said to have an output of 800 hp, with the electric motor powering the front wheels. The Turin-based firm plans to produce only a few units of its grippy off-roader.
worldcarfans.com, autoevolution.com

3D-printed solar LEV: German start-up Floatility introduces the e-floater, a light-weight electric scooter that runs on solar power. Some components are 3D-printed and the stand-up scooter is ready for production. Developed together with BASF (we reported), the last-mile vehicle weighs only 12 kilos.
techtimes.com, 3ders.org, floatility.com

Solid state funding: The Advanced Research Projects Agency- Energy (ARPA-E) granted 3m dollars to develop an all-solid-state sodium battery. The proposed battery operates at room temperature, uses a scalable stack design and is expected to be 20 percent more energy dense than Li-ion batteries. The project is led by a research team at Iowa State University with collaborators.

Found on electrive.com
19.05.2016 09:06