core values

ZERO CO2 EMISSION

ZERO ACOUSTIC POLLUTION

EASY TO CHARGE

TECHNOLOGIES

The power train consists of the patented MRT™ system with 2 brushless electric motors

Liquid cooling of the Hi-Perm-Mag series has been connected to the original ISUZU clutch.

The two Voltmaxx controllers guarantee an extremely high efficiency.

The battery packs are of the LiPo 88.8V (nominal) series with modules of 40Ah.

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PROJECT DETAILS

The power train consists of the patented MRT™ system with 2 brushless electric motors with liquid cooling of the Hi-Perm-Mag series connected to the original ISUZU clutch.

With the newly developed electric power train the vehicle has a power of 80kW and a torque at the wheel in first gear of 8.215Nm that allows the L35 to overcome any obstacle it encounters on the road even when fully loaded, and reach a top speed of 90 km/h.

The two Voltmaxx controllers guarantee an extremely high efficiency (92%), recovery of the energy generated during breaking, and “throttle and throttle” system to drive the vehicle without ever having to lift the driver’s foot from the acceleration pedal.

The battery packs are of the LiPo 88.8V (nominal) series with modules of 40Ah. Each individual battery module features a main contactor and integrated electronics and software that allow the module to be installed in an extremely easy plug-and-play fashion. The technician that transforms the vehicle or the end user him- or herself can connect exactly those batteries necessary for the required performance. The ‘packs can be connected, removed, or exchanged at any time and in total safety, without the need to be programmed.

Many of the components used for the electric power train kit are original ISUZU parts that make the transformation simple and quick. The technician only has to remove the internal combustion engine, install the MRTTM power train, connect the power train to the existing connection points, plug-in the controller and the batteries and start the vehicle.

The system will be homologated for road use by the end of 2014.