1966 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE EV
Buckle up for this remarkable build from Davisville Electric! Their mission is to transform a ’66 VW Bug into a fully-electrified (and shockingly fast) thing of beauty. With the engine silenced and brakes upgraded, they’re driving nostalgia into the future. Watch as they fuse classic charm with eco-conscious innovation. Stay plugged in by following them online for the electrifying updates as their build progresses.
What do you get when you combine Tesla Model S motors and batteries with a Chevrolet S10? The TesTen, naturally. Using cell tap cards and an Orion BMS from Stealth EV, this fully electric amalgamation, rolling on insane 37-inch tires, is built to run Ultra 4 in the 4500 class. The customer raced the TesTen at the 2023 King of the Hammers and is preparing to race it there again in 2024. It’s the First Tesla Powered EV to race at King of the Hammers and also the Ultra 4 series.
1981 Tesla-Powered Jetboat Sidewinder
This 80’s era Sidewinder has been converted to electric by the customer using a Tesla Model S motor and inverter and sixteen 5.3 kWhTesla battery modules. They leveraged Stealth EV to supply pretty much everything else, including 3.3KW air cooled CAN enabld charger with built-in 1KW DC/DC Orion BMS 108 cell unit, and Tesla module ell tap boards.
1987 Peugeot Van
The Soleva team sourced a 1987 Peugeot van and converted it to electric. An Andromeda display from Stealth EV offers visualization and monitoring of refurbished VW battery modules, a Nissan Leaf motor, and motor controller. A deployable solar array allows it to be fully self-solar powered, and an interior crafted from natural or recycled materials further cuts down in its environmental footprint. Soleva is a non-profit demonstration project to build the most sustainable travel camper possible. It will visit schools and institutions across Switzerland to teach about the environmental footprint of mobility and traveling, and the van will serve as a prototype and test vehicle for future builds.
Take flight with this awesome, all-electric peebee. This customer creates EV propulsion systems for this type of aircraft using the Gigavac GV200MA contactor that they found and sourced directly from Stealth EV. They’ve designed different systems, but the one featured here uses a 21kW motor, 400A controller, 4kWh battery at 24S (88V nominal), active balancing BMS and folding propeller.