TOROIDION ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Toroidion, a Finish company, founded in 2010 and based in Raasepori has the bragging rights of producing the most powerful electric vehicle in the world, overtaking the Rimac Concept One. The vehicle was unveiled by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco in 2015 and production is expected in 2018. The name is derived from two elements essential to the modern electric powertrain, TOROID a donut-shaped magnetic field, and ION an electrically charged atom. The company is managed by its founder and designer Pasi Pennanen and employs around 15 people.
Toroidion up to now has been self-funded but has embarked on fundraising activities to conclude the development of the final vehicle, and ultimately going on to produce around 100 units of the 1MW. However, the patented drive train could be deployed in all types of vehicles, from scooters to aviation applications, opening larger markets for its investors. Read more about the 1MW on the model page and the funding activities on the wattEV2Buy investment page.
TOROIDION EV SALES
Go to our detailed breakdown of Global EV Sales to see how the Toroidion EV strategy fares to its competitors in the fast-growing EV market.
TOROIDION ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN THE NEWS
Currently there are no Top 5 EV news related to Toroidion electric cars
Please sign-up to wattEV2Buy’s newsletter and stay up to date with the Top 5 electric vehicle news stories every week.
Not sure which model EV to choose?
wattEV2Buy’s easy to use EV Select tool helps identify which electric vehicle is perfect for your specific requirements. EV Select compare electric vehicles battery electric range over various vehicle types. Within four clicks you can get the perfect luxury sedan able to drive your required distance on battery power.
Unsure what the charging cost will be?
wattEV2Buy’s easy to use Charging Cost Calculator compare electric vehicles charging cost in your state and relate it to equivalent gasoline cost. The charging cost calculator also allows you to be specific and customize your electricity cost in kWh and provide results in miles and kilometers, making it usable all over the world.
#Top5 #EVNews Week 32/18 – BYD E-Bus performance questioned | Final testing of first solar EV | Crowdfunding for EV that changes shape | New EV brand Gyon
#Top5 #EVNews Week 31/18 – Tesla makes big auto see red | Hydrogen shortage in California | Hainan to be pilot for ban of fossil vehicles
#Top5 #EVNews Week 30/2018 – Lots of new EV brands announced in China | Exceptional demand for Jaguar I-Pace | SAIC GM unveils 2nd EV