More car for your money
An advanced, modern design built on mature, proven technology.
- 400 miles range on a single charge with it's truly massive 120kWh total battery capacity.
- Uses a 3 separate large, long-range batteries, each has over 130 miles range.
- An AGM battery pack which will last you at least 30 years and doesn't cost the earth.
- 8 spacious seats and large luggage space.
- Charges directly from standard domestic mains (US 110v or European 220-240v) using standard domestic plugs.
- No 12v auxiliary battery to go flat and leave you stranded if you leave the lights on.
- 500hp to the wheels. 0-60mph in 6 secs. 170mph top speed.
- Expected rollout in 2020 (yes, this year).
- Yours from £35,000.
The most range of all (400 miles per charge),
and for a low price.
The car uses AGM battery technology instead of lithium.
So for the price of a short range car you get a very long range one.
This car will go from London, England through France,
Belgium and Germany all the way to the Nürburgring on a single charge.
And that 400mile trip through 4 countries would cost an insignificant £12 in electric charge.
What Range Anxiety?
The car is designed with 3 battery packs each 40kWh
which can be use together in parallel or separately switched over.
This means as you see the pack you are using get depleted over a very long journey
you simply switch over to a fresh battery pack and carry on.
Each pack will take the car over 133 miles and you can switch over seemlessly.
No dead batteries, no range anxiety, no more problems.
The huge battery (120 kWh) means the car will last 30 years.
This is long life is simply due to the immense capacity of it's AGM battery.
Because you are using less of the battery's capacity on average, it last much, much longer.
You will be able to pass this car on to your children and it will still be fine.
Most people do thousands of short trips with the occasional long one.
So the shorter the average trip, the longer the battery will last.
Buys shares in Turbo Electric and maybe profit from an early investment.
Of course, share price can go down as well as up, so we are not guaranteeing profit certainty,
but everyone is expecting the electric car market to be the "next big thing" and Turbo Electric boasts
a practical, affordable and attractive solution to the problem which is lacking elsewhere.
Currently venture capital funding is being averted deliberately since it's not required at this stage.
Turbo Electric is entirely funded by it's own engineers, was establised in 2009 and has been under
design and development ever since.
It's more important to produce an enduring technology platform which includes
the full vision Turbo Electric and not include some parochial, ephemeral decisions.
Turbo Electric shares the vision of other pure electric car organisations in that it's business plan
encompasses speculative technological and market movements.
For example, the body and chassis are separate, so when there are changes in battery technology
your car can be upgraded without having to purchase a new model.
The difference with Turbo Electric is that the business plan is not purely speculative as with some others.
The business is sustainable from the outset and doesn't require the loss-lead strategy currently, presumptively
required to bring a practical car to the public.
An example of this is the use of AGM battery technology instead of Lithium, which gives the car
it's long range without the high materials price.
Turbo Electric invites anyone to share in this future vision simply by clicking the paypal link below to purchase shares.
They are currently fixed at 100pence per share, which is a pre-IPO price and you can own as many as you like.
There are 1,000,000 shares in total available, so if you purchase
e.g. 10,000 shares (at £10,000) you will own 1% of Turbo Electric.
After IPO the price will change and will be set by market as with normal share trading,
but you will still own the same proportion of Turbo Electric.
Great Knollys Street,
Old Plane Field Road,
This week Festus Vandi, General Manager of Turbo Electric SL is finalising the deal for the Airfield site at Waterloor, Sierra Leone.
It will result in an ambitious project to work with the local community to create a large manufacturing base there.
Not only for manufacturing vehicles, but the facility will also providing much needed services like 24 hour power and high quality broadband.
There will be a campus providing high quality, practical training and qualifications for Africans in engineering.
This week the prototype car is being driven out of the workshop and tested.
This is a huge milestone as the car is now moving from being an interesting technical project to a real car.
Very soon this will be in the mass media and attract capital funding, which means we can start moving to a production vehicle.
See the car in action on youtube
Turbo Electric SL, run by general manager Festus Vandi, is continuing the media campaign in Sierra Leone.
This includes talking to TV and media companies to raise awareness of Turbo Electric's mission: "help us, help others".
Merchandising as well showing the new brand logo on fleet vehicles, overalls and company attire.
Today Turbo Electric SL has secured a large site which is part of an abandoned airport in Waterloo, Sierra Leone.
This will be where the local students will be trained and employed in manufacturing electric cars in Africa.
The hope is that this will make a significant difference to the local economy, enough to change the value of the local currency.
Today Turbo Electric registered the business name "Turbo Electric SL
" in Sierra Leone, Africa.
This is where the car will be manufactured and this will be run by Festus Vandi who is General Manager of Turbo Electric SL.
The prototype workshop in Reading, England is now Turbo Electric UK
As part of the promotion of the plan in Africa, Turbo Electric SL, will appear live on a show on Voice of America
This is to raise awareness of the plans for the facility in Sierra Leone and how it will regenerate the local economy and provide opportunities for students there.
Festus Vandi, General Manager - Turbo Electric SL, is working with the Sierra Leone government to secure a large factory for production on the car in Sierra Leone.
This is a big step forward for Turbo Electric as this means production will commence this year and our friends in Africa are committed to helping make this a reality.
Today Festus Vandi, Director of Mechanical Engineering, flies back to his native country: Sierra Leone, Africa with plans to set up Turbo Electric SL as General Manager.
This marks the start of the plans for Turbo Electric to work with the people of Sierra Leone to build a business there and regenerate the local economy with a global business.
Graham North, Managing Director, spoke personally to the government in Sierra Leone including President Julius Maada Bio about the plans to regenerate the local economy.
This is in the form of an ambitious education program working with local education establisments to provide work placements and apprentiships for students.
The team here in Turbo Electric UK are finalising the car ready for production next year in Africa.
All the technology has been tested so final assembly is going ahead.
Due to the local popularity of the project Graham North, Managing Director, has released shares for friends of Turbo Electric.
This is mainly so our friends can benefit from the early growth of the project and help fund the plans for the education program in Africa.
These are purchased by PayPal
and are available by clicking the link
for more information.
Since the project is moving at a rapid pace and many of our friends are interested in the progress, a news section is added to the main website.