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#1 2021-02-05 19:03:39

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U.K. company's new modular EV platform could underpin — anything

U.K. company's new modular EV platform could underpin — anything
Watt Electric Vehicle Company's testbed sits under a Porsche 356 body, but its chassis may be key to helping affordable battery vehicles take off


https://driving.ca/porsche/auto-news/ne … n-anything

Watt Electric Vehicle Company out of the U.K. built this one-off machine based on a 1955 Porsche 356A, and although it’s quite pretty, the real reason for its existence is to show off the company’s new modular skateboard chassis, dubbed Passenger and Commercial EV Skateboard (PACES).
The chassis features a 40-kW battery pack that provides up to 370 km (230 miles) of range based on the European test cycle, and weighs just less than a ton. That’s pretty good for an electric car; for a weekend runabout, that’s not bad at all.

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