Phoenix designed by Kenneth Cobonpue

April 14, 2014

The sleek lines and organic symmetry of the Phoenix electric car is revolutionizing the way we think about transportation. The car will ultimately drive via the car’s under-floor mounted assembly of 48 lithium ion modules (each laptop-sized module is comprised of four magazine-sized cells) and will offer a number of charging strategies. To yield a full charge, a 200-volt, single-phase AC charger takes less than eight hours, and topping off the battery from a 100 volt single-phase standard home wall outlet will take somewhere around twice that time. The target speed is 50-60 mph.Phoenix serves as the inspiration behind an urban vehicle useful at lower speeds and hopefully viewed as an option for user sharing in an effort to offset over population & reduce car ownership in most cities worldwide.¬† Possible applications include resorts or even recreation use such as golf courses.Design:¬†Kenneth Cobonpue

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