IWM eCars

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Ferdinand Porsche produced with Jakob Lohner the ‘Porsche 1‘ in 1898 and the Mixte Hybrid’ in 1901.
 Luka / CZ – 4 motors in the wheels delivering 4× 12,5 kW/66 hp, 815kg/car, 300km range, 9,6s to 100kmh, 146kmh top speed
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The Protean Electric Pd18 fits in an 18″46cm wheel rim. The motor can generate up to 75 kW/ 100hp, for each powered wheel.
ProteanDrive UK: In-wheel motors with integrated inverters do not require a gear, differential, drive-shafts or external drive electronics, remove efficiency losses associated with gear, differential and CV joints, total weight is also reduced.
Elaphe / Slovenia: makes drop-in / in-wheel electric motors
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 Aptera Motors has teamed with Elaphe Propulsion Technologies Aptera is targeting an electric three-wheeler that will travel more than 1,000 miles on a single charge with an energy usage of less than 100 Wh/mile.  The Elaphe L1500 in-wheel motor achieves the highest torque densities of electric motors on the market, generating 1500 N·m of torque without using any gears. In recent track testing, Elaphe achieved a sub 3.5 sec 0-100 km/h acceleration time.
IWM propulsion platform with Elaphe M700 all-wheel drive showing simplicity [1].
IWM propulsion platform with Elaphe M700 all-wheel drive showing simplicity
Elaphe presents leading in-wheel technology | Electric Vehicles Research
E-shuttle Fisker Orbit receives Protean eDrive tech - electrive.com
2018: autonomous electric shuttle Orbit Fisker using Protean IWM, developed with the Chinese Hakim Unique Group

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