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Shark options can also be applied to other models: "anti-papparazzi" electric-shock door-handles, 'crowd-dispersing light & sound-system'

% Even the super-rich can have a secure Electric ride %

DARTZ JO-MOJO - solar-powered electric beach cruiser

DARTZ JO-MOJO - one more step to real future car.

Bateries inserted into kevlar-made body get their energy from roof which is made from solar battery.

Jo Mojo


Dartz launches its brazen battle-ready spy car
25 October 2014
Grandiose ground-based gunship is the Prombron Black Shark, delivering 1118kW of AMG muscle

It's the Latvian-built Dartz Prombron Shark [ice], a Mercedes-Benz GL-based military-spec vehicle for the mega-rich 'business' man powered by a choice of biturbo V12 AMG engines offering as much as 1118kW ...

To keep the unwanted out, "anti-papparazzi" electric-shock door handle are available, as is a "special light and sound system" which Dartz says "helps disperse crowds" ... [© carsales.com]


Following the robust tradition of armored vehicles from Dartz, this lightly armored road rocket takes armored transport to a new level. This open topped roadster, based on a pseudo-KAPSULA technology platform of it’s bigger brothers, has the presence and attitude to start a fight with even it’s most notorious rivals. Patented bullet wheels, chameleon paint job and custom seating ensure this pint sized mischief maker will be as individual as it’s owner.

The Jo-Mojo has been designed for the streets of the Cote d’Azur and comes armed with a personality that will light up any party. The compact format, low center of gravity and wide front wheel placement give the car fantastic handling characteristics and ensure a smooth ride around the twist and turns of the Blue Coast and the maneuverability to make sure you’re never late for a party.

A hidden bonus on the Jo-Mojo is the retractable cover that incorporates flexible solar cells created by former Soviet space manufacturers, Sidrabe. The cover locks the car and charges it up while it stands in the Mediterranean sun and comes with the option of adding extra batteries in the event of a longer excursion through the Provencal mountains.
[images & video]  [© 2014 Copyright Gray Design]

http://www.dailymail.co. [you kay] /sciencetech/article-2071714/Dartz-Jo-Mojo-Inventor-creates-worlds-bulletproof-electric-car.html
If Q turned his attention to saving the environment... Inventor creates world's first bulletproof electric car
By Kerry Mcqueeney  9 December 2011

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The Jo-Mojo, an upcoming creation by Lativian armored vehicle company DARTZ

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As well as guarding from assassins, this car also does its bit to save the planet, for the two-seat convertible is an electric vehicle

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The Jo-Mojo boasts retractable solar panels in the roof to charge the engine while on the move

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The car expected to make its world debut at the 2012 Top Marques Monaco event in April

Dartz Jo-Mojo by Gray Design
DARTZ KOMBAT  Dec 6, 2011
DARTZ JO-MOJO by GRAY DESIGN. Solar powered Bulletproof Kapsula-rodster.

The Jo-Mojo has solar panels on the roof to charge the battery on-the-go

It boasts an 80 horsepower engine capable of reaching 60 miles an hour in 9.5 seconds with a top speed of 125mph.

And with its bullet-proof tyres, 'chameleon'-like colour-changing paint and custom seating it would be worthy of a place in any modern-day Bond film.

As well as guarding from assassins, this car - the Dartz Jo-Mojo - also does its bit to save the planet, for the two-seat convertible is an electric vehicle.

Built into the retractable sunroof are solar panels, created by Soviet space manufacturers Sidrabe, to boost battery power while on the go, or even just while parked.

Designed by the Russian car maker Dartz, the Jo-Mojo is to go on sale in 2012 and the price tag will start at [GBP]25,000.
[© dailymail.co. [you kay] ]

Dartz Jo-Mojo electric bulletproof roadster announced
Dec 9, 2011

When you hear the word "bulletproof" in regards to automobiles, one of the last applications that should ring true to you is "roadster" - yet that's what the folks at Dartz are thinking with this brand new Jo-Mojo electric roadster, designed for the mean streets of Cote d'Azur. These Estonian vehicle makers seem to think that a lightly armored open-top electric low-rider will be a hit for those who, as my coworker Michael says, "make for a good screen door on a battleship type situation." Of course there is one factor that keeps this open design closed and possibly sensible: a slide-over cover for parking between trips.

This is the second design collaboration between Dartz and Eduard Gray of Gray Design, here yielding no less than an 80 horse-power electric motor with 90 lb-ft (122 Nm) in a mass of metal of many colors. In the photos and video you're about to see, many different color combinations can be seen, this leading us to believe that custom orders will be filled when the time comes for release. This vehicle can go from zero to 60 in 9.5 seconds, this leading up to a top speed of 125 mph, and the whole package will cost you a scant $40,000 USD - if that price holds to the planned release date in the middle of 2012 is yet to be seen.
[© 2005-2014 SlashGear]

2012 Dartz Jo-Mojo
12.7.2011  by Kirby Garlitos

Engine:electric motor
Horsepower @ RPM:80
Torque @ RPM:90
Top Speed:125 mph
0-100 time:9 sec.

Following in the introduction of the Dartz Mojo roadster, Russian automaker Dartz has released the first renderings of the Mojo’s "cooler" brother, the Jo-Mojo.

Built in collaboration with Gray Design, the Jo-Mojo is an electric roadster that comes with an aggressive design and highlighted by a chameleon paint finish, custom seats, and patented bullet wheels. In addition, the Jo-Mojo also has a unique retractable cover that features flexible solar cells created by former Soviet space manufacturers, Sidrabe. What the cover does is charge up the electric roadster while its sitting idly under the Cote d’Azur sun.

As far as performance numbers are concerned, the Dartz Jo-Mojo is powered by an electric motor that produces 80 horsepower and 90 lb/ft of torque. The numbers might look puny to some, but considering its purpose, the Jo-Mojo can still accelerate from 0-62 mph in 9.5 seconds and hit a top speed of 125 mph.

Just like the Mojo, the Dartz Jo-Mojo is expected to make its world debut at the 2012 Top Marques Monaco in April. Details of this little bullet-proof bug are set to be revealed then. For now, you can check out the first renderings of the Jo-Mojo, as well as a new presentation video of the electric roadster.
[© topspeed.com]

(VIDEO) Dartz Jo-Mojo: the bulletproof electric roadster

Here is the latest creation of the Russian manufacturer Dartz, that usually specializes in massive armored SUVs. The Jo-Mojo was created in partnership with Grey Design especially for the Cote d'Azur.

The Jo-Mojo is mostly a design for the moment but the production vehicle will be lightly armoured incorporating Dartz "pseudo-KAPSULA" expertise, armoured wheels and of course a Chameleon paint.

The Roadster also features a retractable cover that hides Sidrabe flexible solar panels, and allows to both charge and close the car.

Its 80hp and 122Nm electric motor should power this electric roadster from 0 to 100kph in 9.5 seconds with a top speed of 200kph. Nonetheless, the vehicle weight, the capacity of the battery and therefore its range haven’t been revealed yet…
[© technologicvehicles.com]

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