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Equipmake introduces Ampere-220 e-axle with a 3D-printed electric motor

UK electric drivetrain components manufacturer Equipmake has developed a compact, lightweight, high-power electric drive system for manufacturers of high-performance EVs. Weighing just under 20 kg, the Ampere-220 e-axle system has a peak power of 220 kW, a maximum motor speed of 30,000 rpm and a power density of 11 kW per kg—more than twice that… Read more »

Electric bus using Equipmake’s ZED powertrain unveiled in Buenos Aires

A new electric bus, developed by electrification specialist Equipmake in collaboration with Argentine-Brazilian bus manufacturer Agrale, was launched at the recent C40 World Mayors Conference in Buenos Aires. Working with Agrale and Argentine coachbuilder Todo Bus, Equipmake developed an electric version of the single-deck Agrale MT17.0 LE, installing its own Zero-Emission Drivetrain (ZED). The Agrale… Read more »

Equipmake and Beulas unveil electric double-decker bus with 250-mile range

Vehicle electrification specialist Equipmake and Spanish coachbuilder Beulas have partnered to develop an electric double-decker bus. The new Jewel E features an electric powertrain designed and developed at Equipmake’s facility in Norfolk, UK, along with a body produced by Beulas in Girona, Spain. Equipmake’s Zero Emission Drivetrain (ZED) is modular and scalable, capable of supporting… Read more »

Equipmake joins forces with HiETA to create power-dense electric motor

Electric powertrain manufacturer Equipmake has teamed up with additive manufacturing company HiETA Technologies to develop a next-generation motor, codenamed AMPERE. The project is the group’s attempt to produce a lightweight, efficient, low-cost electric motor with peak power density of more than 20 kW per kg. AMPERE is made using additive manufacturing, which allows its metal… Read more »

European sightseeing tours go electric—Big Bus Tours deploys 40 electric buses

They ply the streets of every major European city—double-decker buses with open top decks, loaded with tourists taking in the sights. Like every other class of vehicle, these tour buses are starting to go electric. Multinational tour bus operator Big Bus Tours has added 40 electric sightseeing buses to its fleet, just in time for… Read more »