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Torqeedo Introduces Pioneering New Products

Wednesday, 18 January 2017


Torqeedo presents new products that redefine electric mobility on the water at the Düsseldorf Boat Show (21 to 29 January):

BMW i high-voltage battery, the very latest in automotive battery engineering now available for boats.

Cruise pod drives, a winning alternative to inboard diesels.

Our most popular motor now available in the extra powerful Travel 1003 C version with 73% increased battery capacity.

25 kW Range Extender, the first HVDC converter generator for serial hybrid systems and electricity supply for yachts.

Visit us at hall 10, stand E 40.

Torqeedo Overall Winner of DAME Awards

Torqeedo was awarded the most prestigious award in marine industry for the recently introduced Cruise FP pod drive system. The DAME Awards jury praised the "beautiful engineering and close attention to detail design, integrated approach, compact dimensions and market realistic price".

Hanse Yachts and Torqeedo Cooperate on Rudder Drive Outstanding maneuverability, minimal weight with a powerful emission-free motor: Together with sailboat builder Hanse and rudder manufacturer Jefa, Torqeedo developed the Rudder Drive. The clue: The Cruise 4.0 with folding propeller is integrated in the rudder blade.

HANSE stand: hall 16, stand B 38

Nimbus Presents First BMW i High-Voltage Battery B

World premiere in Düsseldorf: the Swedish shipyard Nimbus shows the 305 Drophead ePower with Deep Blue motor, BMW i high-voltage battery and new Torqeedo user interface with throttle and display. The unveiling is on Saturday, January 21, 11 am.

World premiere in Düsseldorf: the Swedish shipyard Nimbus shows the 305 Drophead ePower with Deep Blue motor, BMW i high-voltage battery and new Torqeedo user interface with throttle and display. The unveiling is on Saturday, January 21, 11 am.

NIMBUS stand: hall 5, stand C 19

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 18 January 2017 )