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Posted on August 13, 2018 by

Environmentally friendly electric jet ski

A team based in Hungary, says it has created the world's first electrojet designed for series production, which, thanks to its electric drive, is environmentally friendly and represents a sustainable future. Narke is not a jet-ski and not a half-solution transformed from a gasoline model, but a whole new genre in sailing. For more information see the IDTechEx reports on electric boats and ships and micro EVs.
 
Originally, the word narke means a genus of electric rays, an extremely complex and unique creature, found in the western Indo-Pacific and off southern Africa. It's special power (an extremely powerful electric shock) is only used in life-death combats against predators.
 
Narke's construction is a success story that creates a unique opportunity to experience the great feeling offered by jet-skiing, not just in Hungary, but also on the other large lakes and seas in Europe. The first prototype is currently being tested and will be introduced in the second quarter of 2018.
 
 
Narke statistics:
  • Carbon fiber-reinforced composite structure
  • Self-developed water-cooled three-phase asynchronous motor
  • Performance: 45 kW
  • Ultimate speed: 55 km/h (electronically limited)
  • Operating time per charge: up to 1.5 hours, with normal use
  • Charging time: 80% in 2 hours
  • New generation customizable smart display
  • Three hidden berthing and lifting points
  • battery pack replaceable in a few minutes
 
 
 
Source and images: Narke
 
 
 
Originally, the word narke means a genus of electric rays, an extremely complex and unique creature, found in the western Indo-Pacific and off southern Africa. It's special power (an extremely powerful electric shock) is only used in life-death combats against predators.
 
Narke's construction is a success story that creates a unique opportunity to experience the great feeling offered by jet-skiing, not just in Hungary, but also on the other large lakes and seas in Europe. The first prototype is currently being tested and will be introduced in the second quarter of 2018.
 
 
Narke statistics:
  • Carbon fiber-reinforced composite structure
  • Self-developed water-cooled three-phase asynchronous motor
  • Performance: 45 kW
  • Ultimate speed: 55 km/h (electronically limited)
  • Operating time per charge: up to 1.5 hours, with normal use
  • Charging time: 80% in 2 hours
  • New generation customizable smart display
  • Three hidden berthing and lifting points
  • battery pack replaceable in a few minutes
 
 
 
Source and images: Narke
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