... Technologies, Panoz Unveil First All-Electric Race Car
Jun 22, 2017 - Green4U Technologies, Inc., formed in 2016 to provide electric vehicles (EVs) and EV technologies, and Panoz, a Green4U company, today ...
... not petroleum powers its first race car at the annual 24 Hours of Le Mans. Georgia-based Panoz Cars unveiled a full electric prototype racer it hopes to field in the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans. Officially called the Green4U Panoz Racing GT-EV, the prototype has an expected battery range of 90-110...
... and complicated legal dispute between Nissan and Panoz over the design and who owns it. Nissan’s BladeGlider concept and now prototype is just that, sorta, but for the road. And it’s the most interesting Nissan in a long time.
First shown in concept form at the Tokyo Auto Show in the far back time...
... the rights to make, use and sell electric motors and components specifically designed for automotive applications.
“We’ll use [the DHX Falcon electric motor] in our DeltaWing road car architecture, which studies show is already in the range of the 2025 CAFÉ requirements,” said Don Panoz, chairman...
> and up to 74 mpg highway
> On first impressions, we think Don Panoz and DeltaWing might want to try
> hard to lure Ben Bowlby back from Nissan instead of pursuing legal action
> based on Bowlby's/Nissan's alleged misappropriation of DeltaWing
> intellectual property in the ZEOD RC and 2013...
... weight and up to 74 mpg highway
On first impressions, we think Don Panoz and DeltaWing might want to try hard to lure Ben Bowlby back from Nissan instead of pursuing legal action based on Bowlby's/Nissan's alleged misappropriation of DeltaWing intellectual property in the ZEOD RC and 2013...
... revenue here in the state,” Fong says.
DeltaWing Technologies is owned by Motorsports entrepreneur Don Panoz, who makes high-performance sports cars.
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Don Panoz does have a history of enthusiasm for EVs. Some of the veterans here may recall eMotion Mobility, an Atlanta-based company that Panoz formed around 2000 in partnership w Chrysler to make an electric version of the Smart, to be used initially as a station car for MARTA and in housing...
and Panoz has already hit the track with hybrid racecar.
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>>This was still a small scale estimate, the bootstrap to the next step
>>and was centered around 1 line and 55 employees.
>>But it was mostly a WAG.
> Anyone who is seriously interested in starting a new car company owes it
> himself to visit and talk to the Panozes of Panoz Motor...
himself to visit and talk to the Panozes of Panoz Motor Works in Atlanta.
They're the only company I know of in modern times that has actually started
more or less from scratch and made it work.
I spent some time up there in my magazine days and found...