British Auto Entity Morgan To Collaborate With Zytek Automotive To Create Electric Morgan +E Electric Car

One of the foremost names in British auto industry, Morgan, has now announced that it will be sms tracker joining hands with the leading name in powertrain and vehicle engineering technology, Zytek Automotive to begin work on an all new project. The end result of this collaboration will be Electric Morgan +E, an electric vehicle that will be heavily based on the Morgan Aero SuperSports. The Aero SuperSports is widely considered to be a high performance vehicle that carries a rather unusual design with leather cockpit and a top speed of 170 mph, primarily due to the 4.8 liter BMW V8 engine that powers the automobile. The Electric Morgan +E will retain Aero SuperSports’s design parameters, but will be very different in terms of engineering. As per initial plans, this incredible electric vehicle (EV) will be powered cell phone tracker apps for android by a 70kW electric motor and the car will be carrying the same manual transmission as seen in Morgan Aero SuperSports.

The electric motor to be used in Electric tracker spy android Morgan +E will be taken from a functioning vehicle designed and developed by Zytek Automotive and powered by the same 70kW electric motor. The all electric propulsion will enable the Electric Morgan +E to churn out an impressive 94 bhp and the power for the motor will be derived from a lithium-ion battery pack that will be placed in the car’s chassis. The electric motor on the other hand will be required to be installed in android tracker the transmission tunnel and then the vital connections such 7th grade homework help as that of cooling water, high voltage electrics and low voltage electrics will be integrated with the motor. The entire project began its journey in the month of July this year and is expected to be completed by January 2012. Morgan has stated that only two Electric Morgan +E will be produced and on the basis of their reception, further production will be ascertained.

According to Neil Cheeseman (Program Manager, Zytek Engineering),

“Keeping the motor in its sweet spot will help it use energy more efficiently, which will increase the vehicle’s range. It also allows us to provide lower gearing for rapid acceleration from pull-away and higher gearing for top speed.”

Via Gizmag