The e-Go is the most efficient production electric car ever built with a range of up to 200 miles because of its lightweight carbon fiber body and aluminum alloy frame. Efficiency is comparable to 150 miles per gallon energy equivalent.
SAFETY STANDARDS FOR E-GO CAR
The crash tests are being conducted according to European, Japanese and Chinese crash test standards. A file of the actual moving sequence of an e-Go car in a frontal crash test at 35 miles per hour in slow motion reveals that the vehicle substantially returned to its original shape after the test.
A photograph of the front of the vehicle shows minimal damage after the test. A more complete report on the crash tests will be announced in a future press release.
E-GO TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
|Vehicle Type||Electric Passenger Car|
|Body Material||Carbon Fiber and Space Age Aluminum Chassis|
|Shape Parameters||Overall Length||9' 8.5" (2960 mm)|
|Overall Width||5' 7.3" (1710 mm)|
|Total Height||5' 2.9" (1598 mm)|
|Wheel Base||6' 5.16" (1960 mm)|
|Front/ Rear Track||1745 mm/1745 mm (5' 8.7")|
|Minimum Ground Distance||6.69 inches (170 mm)|
|Power System||Motor Type||AC asynchronous|
|Motor Rated/ Peak Power||15kW/ 30kW|
|Charging Time||5-8h (average car AC Charging)|
|High Speed Charging||Available|
|Battery System||LiFePO4 (lithium)|
|Breaking System||Four wheel disk brake system|
|Tire Specifications/ Wheels||265-65R14-5.5"|
|Suspension System||Front double transverse suspension with stability bar Rear double transverse suspension without stability bar|
|Brake Energy Recovery||Regenerative braking|
|Rated Crew||4 passengers|
|Quality Parameters||Maximum Total Mass||2,420 lbs (1,100 kg)|
|Curb Weight||1,433 lbs (650 kg)|
|Performance||Maximum Speed||110 km /h|
|Miles Per change||up to 200 miles|
Why buy the e-Go?
Special Design Features
The luxury Ibis four door sedan is also an efficient production electric car built with high range and high efficiency in mind due to its lightweight carbon fiber body and aluminum alloy frame.
IBIS TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
|Vehicle Type||Electric Luxury Passenger Sedan|
|Body Material||Lightweight Aluminum and Carbon Fiber|
|Shape Parameters||Overall Length||16' 4.8" (5000 mm)|
|Overall Width||6' 2.7" (1898 mm)|
|Total Height||5' 3.18" (1605 mm)|
|Wheelbase||9' 7.35" (2930 mm)|
|Front/ Rear Track||1614 mm/1614 mm (5' 3.5")|
|Minimum Ground Clearance|
|Power System||Motor Type||AC Permanent Magnet Synchronous|
|System Voltage||360 V|
|Motor Rated||180 HP (134 kW)|
|Maximum Torque||250 foot-pound (339 Nm)|
|Charging Time||5-6h (15kW car AC Charging)|
|High Speed Charging||Available|
|Motor System||AC permanent magnet synchronous motor, rear drive after a single motor, DSP/EBS|
|Battery System||Ternary lithium polymer battery, located under the underbody shield, integrated BMS and charger|
|Steering System||Rack and Pinion with EPS|
|Braking System||Hydraulic Brake with ABS, ESP, Electric Vacuum Booster, Front and Rear Disc Brakes|
|Tire Specifications/ wheels||245/ 45ZR19/ light alloy|
|Suspension System||Double Transverse Arm Type, with Hydraulic Shock Absorbers|
|Brake Energy Recovery||Motor Regenerative Braking Energy Recovery|
|Rated Crew||5 Passengers|
|Quality Parameters||Maximum Total Mass||5,026 lbs (2,280 kg)|
|Curb Weight||4,000 lbs (1,815 kg)|
|Performance||Maximum Speed (electronically limited)||95 mph (153 km / h)|
|Maximum Speed Unlimited||112 mph (180 km / h)|
|Miles per charge (depending on driving conditions)||200-240 miles (320-396 km)|
NOTES ON THE IBIS: NOTE 1: The acceleration of the Ibis for the standard model version is approximately in the 8.5 second range from 0-60 mph which is comparable to most other gasoline operated automobiles. Several options including a more powerful motor and controller, can increase the acceleration from approximately 8.5 seconds to approximately a 5-6 second range.
NOTE 2: The standard version of the Ibis will have a very powerful 72 kWh battery pack. The Ibis will also be offered with a larger battery pack and/or range extender. The range extender option which will increase the range of the Ibis to well over 700 km per charge.
NOTE 3: The battery pack comes with a 10-year warranty or 150,000 miles.
NOTE 4: The cost of the Ibis is estimated to be $69,500 USD before Federal Rebates ($7,500 USD) and State Rebates (such as those available in California up to $5,500 USD).
NOTE 5: The carbon fiber body sits on an extremely strong aluminum frame (not a sheet metal aluminum stamped frame similar to our competitors).